Below you´ll find all 8 Eduzines, each of them addressing the key principles of a Circular Economy.
Understanding the importance of design within the circular economy and identifying key design strategies that can be used to design out waste and pollution.
Acknowledging the core principles of social-ecological resilience and recognising how a resilient system is good for business, people and the environment.
Learning about the different types and use of renewable energies, as well as acquiring skills on how to implement renewables ensuring social fairness.
Understanding the importance of approaching sustainability problems from all sides; consider time, space and context in order to understand how elements interact within and between systems.
Understanding food waste management and how to use by-products and biological materials as a potentially valuable resource for other actors in the system.
Understanding the importance of the implementation of the circular economy and bio-economy strategies that are associated with cascading models and the potentials for an optimized cascading use
Understanding the role of local players and the importance of ethics and governance in regards with sustainability and the need to protect and enhance natural capital and the well-being of citizens.
Understanding how sustainability can be achieved with lower resource consumption, by shifting business models focused on the
performance of goods and services, and exploiting science and knowledge as drivers to uncouple wealth creation.
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Project Number: 2020-1-IE01-KA226-VET-082937