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Webinar #5: A sustainable future: biodiversity and its relation to the circular economy

Ensuring the safety of the natural world around us


Biodiversity frefers to all the different kinds of life you'll find in one area—the variety of animals, plants, fungi and even microorganisms like bacteria that make up our natural world. Biodiversity must be continuously conserved in order to maintain balance and support life.

Through the implementation of the 5 pillars of the circular economy, positive impacts are generated in various areas and sectors, including the environment and its direct repercussions on biodiversity. Products that are based on circular designs use fewer raw materials and less land, consequently leading to a dramatic decrease in emission levels. These factors are all key levers to strengthen biological diversity.

This unique webinar, “A sustainable future: biodiversity and its relation to the circular economy” will have special discussions to assess these issues. Together, we will learn how to avoid biodiversity loss by ensuring that the circular economy helps us restore habitats through eliminating waste and making the most of materials.

Don't miss out on this diverse conversation. Immerse yourself in a naturally cleaner future for all.


  • Pamela Veronica Saenz Marin
    Head of Circular Economy and moderator of the webinar, Enel Peru
  • Tim Forslund
    Circular Economy Specialist, SITRA
  • Gian Paolo Daguer Guarin
    Head of Sustainability, Enel Colombia