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Non Peer-reviewed Article
Author:
Andreea
Oarga Mulec
Petter
JENSSEN

In cities, resource recovery and reuse are low, and increasing consumption leads to more pressure on natural resources and subsequently pollution, deforestation, and loss of land and biodiversity. As a result, today's cities are not sustainable, even though the knowledge and technology exist to transform cities into more sustainable areas. One...

Conference Proceeding
Author:
Anna Oposa
Mo Maguyon

The Circular Economy for Plastics (CEP) Private Sector Workshop was held on 1 and 3 December 2021 through the online platform, Zoom. Over twenty participants representing micro, small, to medium enterprises (MSMEs),corporations, and associations in the private sector gathered to discuss existing circular economy initiatives in six Philippine cities...

Training or Learning Material
Author:
Koji
Takakura
Anna
R. Oposa
Virginia
Marinel F. Salazar

Marine litter is a big problem, and it requires big solutions. Solutions begin with awareness — awareness on the issue and awareness that leads to action. The Marine Litter Learning Kit: A Facilitator’s Guide (“Marine Litter Learning Kit”) is designed for educators and facilitators who organize environmental education programs that focus on marine...

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Non Peer-reviewed Article
Author:
Andreea
Oarga Mulec

Global value chains can improve their efficiency by linking with local and regional value chains and the circular economy. As increasing globalization may bring additional adaptation pressures on local levels, it must be recognized that the globalization process is complex in nature and should take place in connection with local or regional places...

Non Peer-reviewed Article
In Global Solutions - Intersecting

Unless the circular economy is implemented on a global scale, a country or a city committed to becoming completely circular will likely face challenges when partaking in the global market. The global market should have to accept policies that will, for example, allow the import of materials, resources and products that comply with CE practices...

Book Chapter
In Circular Economy: Recent Trends in Global Perspective
Author:
Igor
Kos
Polonca
Trebse
Ladeja
Godina Kosir
Mojca
Bavcon Kralj

Our longing for incessant and rapid economic growth came at a cost of inefficient and wasteful use of resources and environmental pollution. The consequences are immense and far exceeding the planetary capacities to regenerate itself at such a fast pace. It became clear that a transition to sustainable societies cannot occur with our current linear...

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