Global Sustainable Technology and Innovation conferences (G-STIC) are annual events that aim to accelerate the development, dissemination and deployment of technological innovations enabling the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs). G-STIC 2018 is divided into 4 sessions.
- The first session focuses on recognising the various international dimensions and perspectives surrounding circular economy.
- The second session, 'Advanced Sorting and Characterisation', explores the innovative sorting and characterisation technologies that are at the forefront, and which provide a new basis for closing material loops.
- The third session, 'Virtual Product Chains', takes a broader perspective and focuses on a value chain approach.
- The final session, 'Mapping Urban Metabolism', brings the different elements together and analyses the role of urban flows in generating a circular economy.
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