Circular Economy for Schools
Welcome to our website, where we discuss the latest circular economy projects and initiatives. A circular economy is an economic system that is regenerative by design, and aims to keep resources in use for as long as possible. By actively reducing waste and promoting the use of renewable resources, a circular economy can help to create a more sustainable future for all. In this website, you’ll find information about the various projects and initiatives that are helping to advance the circular economy, as well as tips and resources for how you can get involved and support these efforts. We hope you’ll find this information useful and informative, and that it will inspire you to take action and support the transition to a more sustainable future.
Impacting around the world
We are pleased to announce that our organization is currently implementing circular economy projects in five countries, with the participation of more than 50 teachers and over 200 students. These projects are designed to educate and engage communities in the principles and practices of a circular economy, and to inspire and support the transition to a more sustainable way of life.
Roxana Ortiz Bandes
“In a circular economy, we use resources wisely and efficiently, reducing waste and preserving the environment for future generations.”
“A circular economy provides new opportunities for innovation and growth, creating jobs and generating economic value for society.”
Sustainability Around the World
Sustainability is a critical issue facing the world today. As our population continues to grow and the demand for natural resources increases, it is more important than ever to find ways to preserve the Earth’s resources and protect the environment. A sustainable future is one in which we can meet the needs of the present without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their own needs.
The circular economy is a promising approach to achieving sustainability. By designing systems and products that can be easily repaired, reused, and recycled, a circular economy can help to reduce waste and conserve natural resources. It can also create new economic opportunities and support the development of more resilient and sustainable communities.
We are a team of dedicated professionals who are passionate about advancing the circular economy. We come from diverse backgrounds and have a wide range of expertise in fields such as sustainability, education, and business. But what we all have in common is a commitment to making a positive impact on the environment and creating a more sustainable future for all.
Our team is comprised of experienced educators, researchers, and business professionals who have extensive knowledge and experience in the field of circular economy. We are committed to sharing this knowledge with others, and to supporting the implementation of circular economy projects in different countries around the world.
Country analysis about Circular Economy in Schools and Industries
An overarching analysis report of CE Thinking in partner countries. The report includes a background analysis, a stakeholder engagement analysis and a workshop design which was produced depending on the findings. In this output the partnership used action-led research methodology as their core.
Hidden Curriculum for Schools: Student Toolkit + Teachers’ Handbook
This is a Student-Led Hidden Curriculum in order to improve the formal and informal learning process. This includes hidden expectations, skill sets, information, and social processes to support CE thinking that may hinder student achievement and belief systems.
Open Educational Resource Platform: Online Community
A complete platform with information, tools, opportunities, and access to the learning materials developed. This is also a space for students and teachers to interact with each other and the Circular Economy Community created throughout this project.
We believe that community is a crucial component of the circular economy, and to be succesful it can only be achieved through collaboration and cooperation within communities. By working together, we can identify opportunities for waste reduction, resource conservation, and economic development, and we can support each other in implementing these initiatives.