This seminar offers a look into the latest research in circular economy: metal and wood-based fibre cycles, circular business models and governance of circular systems. Students warmly welcome to attend!
When: November 19th 14-16
Where: Väre, Otaniementie 14, Q201
Circular economy holds promise for more sustainable future production and consumption systems. The essence of circular economy is keeping materials in the economic cycles longer, thus halting the overuse of natural resources and curbing accumulation of waste. While an attractive idea which has already gained traction, much research is still called for on how to get materials back from complex streams, how to retain value of materials instead of mere downcycling, what business model innovations are needed and how circular economy systems can be collectively governed.
Professor Minna Halme opens the seminar by highlighting developments in circular business model innovation.
Professor Mari Lundström’s talk focuses on newest methods and processes designed to more effectively recover and recycle metals from waste streams.
Professor Mark Hughes will focus on the benefits and challenges of recirculating wood materials in the built environment.
Dr. Samuli Patala looks on governance questions and solutions for complex circular economy systems involving businesses, public sector and civil society organizations.
Please register: https://link.webropolsurveys.com/S/129343EA375B2497