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MEET YOUR MODERATOR AND PANELISTS

MARK MINNEBOO

Moderator Mark Minneboo is one of the world’s leading experts on circular principals. He is the Regional Director of Latin America for Plastic Oceans International, where he has been one of the leaders of Chile’s entry into a plastics pact and for the country’s banning of single-use plastics

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JULIE ANDERSEN

Panelist – Julie Andersen is the CEO of Plastic Oceans International and a lifelong public health advocate focused on the communication of science and disruption of societal barriers to protect human health and the environment from the negative effects of industrial development.

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BEATRIZ LUZ

Panelist -Beatriz assists organizations to re-think their business models, re-design products and processes, and gain competitive advantage through the circular economy mindset and strategies. She is the founder of Exchange 4 Change Brasil.

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SAMSURIN WELCH

Panelist – Samsurin Welch is driving circular business strategies for a sustainable future. He is co-founder of Hyve Market Ltd, a B2B marketplace for the circular economy, helping companies turn waste into wealth by finding new opportunities for wasted materials. He is researcher at Cambridge University.

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CHECK OUT OUR OTHER PANELS!

The Value of Eco-Friendly Business

Why Innovative Companies Are Embracing Sustainable Products and Practices

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Documentaries & Enviro Causes

The Power of Film to Educate, Mobilize and Inspire Change 

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Youth Perspective

How a New Generation Views the Past, Present and Future of Environmentalism

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Creativity As a Voice for the Planet

How Art and Artists Can Inspire Action and Change

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Plastic Oceans International is a 501(c)(3), non-profit organization, founded and existing under the laws of California (Federal Tax ID #81-3778043). We are dedicated to ending plastic pollution and fostering sustainable communities worldwide.

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