Sustainability Matters: Ellen MacArthur on Building a Circular Economy
Ellen MacArthur, the fastest solo sailor to circumnavigate the globe and founder of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, talks with Chief Sustainability Officer Audrey Choi about designing an economy that keeps materials in use to reduce waste.
How do some of the most influential figures in government and business imagine tackling the world’s major sustainability challenges?
In this series from the Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing, Chief Sustainability Officer Audrey Choi sits down with policymakers, CEOs and nonprofit leaders to talk about ideas for systemic change.
For more on our efforts to facilitate large-scale sustainability solutions, learn about the Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing, which aims to accelerate the adoption of sustainable investing strategies across capital markets and drive strategic environmental, social and governance initiatives across the firm.
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