3. April 2020,

Online course on “Circular Economy and the 2030 Agenda”

Online course on “Circular Economy and the 2030 Agenda”

The UNSSC’s five-week online course on “Circular Economy and the 2030 Agenda” will focus on harnessing circular economy principles and system-based approaches to explore ways in which we can redesign our systems, products and services to allow us to achieve sustainable living for all, within planetary limits.

With the help of theoretical, practical and case study based approaches, the course will focus on ‘how’ and ‘why’ minimizing waste generation and maintaining the value of products and resources for as long as possible will be critical to achieving the goal of the 2030 Agenda – sustainable development for all.

Since the registration for the first edition of this course from 11 May to 12 June 2020 is already closed ahead of time, there will be a second edition from 02 November to 04 December 2020.

Deadline for registration for the second edition is on 02 October 2020.

Read more here.

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