Circularity's Value to Society - Part I

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Skills You'll Learn

Business Model, Environmental Policy, Business Analysis, Material Design, Policy Analysis

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May 20, 2020

The information shown is very complete and interesting. The different approach gives a better perspective on the topic. Very good professors, interviews, references and visual images.

AF

Feb 13, 2020

This course is so insightful and has enthused me to go back to study this further. I recommend this course to anyone interested in sustainable resources and the circular economy!

From the lesson
Circular Societies
This module examines new norms, forms of engagement, social systems, and institutions, needed by the circular economy and how we, as individuals, can help society become more circular.

Taught By

  • Philip Peck

    Philip Peck

    Associate Professor
  • Jessika Luth Richter

    Jessika Luth Richter

    Research Associate
  • Karl Vrancken

    Karl Vrancken

    Research Manager and Associate Professor
  • Saskia Manshoven

    Saskia Manshoven

    Researcher
  • Jeroen Gillabel

    Jeroen Gillabel

    Innovation Team Leader
  • Erika Faigen

    Erika Faigen

    Postdoctoral Researcher
  • Konstantinos Modis

    Konstantinos Modis

    Professor
  • Sophie Sfez

    Sophie Sfez

    Postdoctoral Researcher
  • Julia Nußholz

    Julia Nußholz

    Research Associate
  • Katherine Whalen

    Katherine Whalen

    Research Associate
  • David Peck

    David Peck

    Associate Professor
  • Dr. Yuliya Voytenko Palgan

    Dr. Yuliya Voytenko Palgan

    Associate Professor

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