The EU International Partnerships Academy (INTPA) is the European Commission’s free and public learning platform for development.
It offers an e-course and an introductory webinar to the circular economy that aim to strengthen your understanding of circularity, policy measures that accelerate the circular transition, and the opportunities arising for EU partner countries from the circular economy
The training material by the EU-funded BUS-GoCircular project aims to help public procurement agents and policymakers understand how they can stimulate demand for circular construction skills through public procurement. There is a slide deck that can be used as a self-learning tool and also an action plan for policymakers to stimulate demand for circular construction skills.
TRANSFORM-CE, an Interreg North-West Europe funded project promoting the circular economy in Europe, is pleased to offer educational programmes for primary and secondary schools to learn about the collection, treatment and recycling of plastic waste. Through these educational programmes schools get teaching materials about plastic recycling.
RTSD introduces primary and secondary education teachers and students (from kindergarten to the 12th grade) to the 7 R’s of sustainable development (Reduce, Repair, Reuse, Reflect, Recycle, Reject and Respect). It invites them to express themselves artistically, while learning to design their own biomaterials using food waste and craft and digital fabrication techniques.
This Handbook for trainers "The circular economy applied to the construction industry" aims to provide trainers with a hands-on approach to circular economy practices in the construction sector. It does so by offering some holistic training material focusing on case studies.
The Erasmus+ project CirThink - Embedding Circular Economy Thinking in Higher Education Institutes (HEI) through University and Industry Partnerships aims to embed circular economy thinking in HEIs through cooperation between universities and industry.
The Polish AGH UST Faculty of Management will be providing a 45-hour course on Business strategies in the circular economy on 5-12 July 2022. This 3 ECTS-credit course is free of charge and will take place online in English. It is intended for foreign students studying for a bachelor's, master's or phD degree.
There can be no doubt that a significant change in lifestyle and patterns of production and consumption is needed to cope with the various climate, energy and resource-related crises coming our way. Cittadinanzattiva promotes the circular economy by means of training, debates, awareness raising activities and the encouragement of positive patterns of behaviour.