Circular Economy Strategies Workshop, Aalto University, tiistai, 03. joulukuu 2019

A circular economy is based on the principles of designing out waste and pollution, keeping products and materials in use, and regenerating natural systems.
What you will do during the workshop
During this workshop you will apply circular economy strategies and principles to your organizational context. You will get to know and work with two tools that we have developed during our research at Delft University of Technology (NL) on circular economy innovation:
1) The Circularity Deck: lets you map and analyze the circularity potential in your business ecosystem and generate ideas on how to move towards circularity.
2) The Circular Collaboration Canvas: lets you identify and analyze crucial partners that you need to realize your circular economy ideas.
You will leave the workshop with an overview of circular economy strategies and principles, and actionable ideas that you can take forward with your organization.
For whom is this workshop?
This workshop is for business and innovation managers and policy makers, as well as researchers who want to explore the transition to a low-carbon, resource-efficient and sustainable economy.
Practical information
This workshop will be held in English and will host a maximum 14 participants. It is free of charge. The exact location of the workshop will be announced soon.
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