Our contribution to the
Disruptive Innovation Festival 2018 (DIF)

Short film produced by the Foundation for ThinkDif 2018

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About the Festival

The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF) is an online, open access event that asks the question: what if we could redesign everything?

Our Contribution

The Stars Are Circular Foundation will contribute to The Disruptive Innovation Festival (DIF) with a short film that explores what kids know about the circular economy, if they feel they are involved and can have an impact. We also explore how we can best help them prepare for a better future.


What do kids think about the Circular Economy?

The popularity of the term circular economy keeps on growing. More governments and businesses are considering both the necessity for a circular economy as well as the opportunities it provides. All for a better future. A future for the next generation.

The next generation is already amongst us: the children that are going to school now and are hardly involved in this transition that will affect them most.

About the session

The session will include the presentation of the short film produced by the Stars Are Circular Foundation for ThinkDif 2018.

Thank you to


Rieta Aliredjo
Founder and Chair of the Board Stars Are Circular Foundation

Everything is energy. To what purpose we use our own energy is perhaps one of the most important questions in life. I’ve decided to work on social ventures and collaborations that benefit people, planet and our collective prosperity. 
Rieta is a social entrepreneur and founder of the Stars Are Circular Foundation (the event organiser). The Stars Are Circular Foundation provides kids and families with the information and tools needed to develop into conscious, innovative and collaborative participants in a circular economy through the enhancement of social, creative and entrepreneurial skills. 

Esther De Vries

Cizelia Prata