Hosted by the NYU Stern Center for Sustainable Business and Circular City Week, join us to learn from the biggest cities in North America on how to create more circular solid waste management plans.
Cities need comprehensive long-term plans for managing all types of waste, including recyclables and organics. New York City's next Solid Waste Management Plan is due in 2025, starting now. Planners from Toronto, Vancouver, Austin and Boston will describe their efforts. Speakers include:
- Susan Cascino, Zero Waste Director, City of Boston
- Meaghan Davis, Manager, Circular Economy and Innovation, City of Toronto
- Sarah Evanetz, Division Manager, Strategy and Stakeholder Relations, Metro Vancouver
- Robert Gedert, former Director, Austin Resource Recovery