This course is specifically designed to meet the needs of all learners including undergraduate/postgraduate students, researchers, entrepreneurs, young professionals, policy makers, and other stakeholders of the circular economy (CE). You will learn how CE is emerging as a future economy and how it will transform the world enabled by technological innovations. Early-career researchers and entrepreneur can expect to learn about key CE enabling technologies, technology analysis, value-chain mapping, competitive analysis, and learn how they can cause technological disruption for CE transformation. This course highlights all enabling technologies including digital (AI, IoT, Big Data, etc.), Physical (nanotechnology, material science, etc.), and biological (biorefinery, microbial technology, etc.), and explains how each of these technologies will play a key role in CE. Furthermore, this course features some of the global CE business models and practices, and key CE policies for young professionals and policy makers. Importantly, this course introduces a dimension of youth leadership in CE, which is imperative for truly transforming the world coupled with life-cycle thinking (LCT) mindset, because the population of youth is significantly high in the post-COVID world, and its upward trend is anticipated in the near future. Overall, this course is an ultimate guide to inspire youth to take action towards transitioning to CE for building a sustainable world.
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Youth Leadership in the Circular Economy
This course is specifically designed to meet the needs of all learners including undergraduate/postgraduate students, researchers, entrepreneurs, young profe...
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As a part of your class project, upload an A0 sized poster explaining the following.
-Why (Problem Statement)
-What (What is included in solving the problem?)
-How (How will you tackle the problem you are trying to solve, and what will be your business model?)
-Impact (How will it add value in transitioning to the Circular Economy and Sustainability?)
Please refer to the course content for doing this project. This activity will help you Brainstorm (think critically), Ideation, and Solution (Business). After that, I will help you fine tune your ideas and assist you in conducting market research, and competitive analysis for potential initiation of businesses. In particular, this class project will help you understand how you can integrate the principles of circular economy and sustainability in your business and potentially add value in the circular economy transformation.