Workshops World Resources Forum 2015

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WS 1 Update on Cities with Zero Waste Goals by Zero Waste 
WS 2 Food – The Circular Food Society – by GAP and Eaternity
WS 3 Sustainable Recycling Industries: Legacy substances in WEEE-plastic. Current status and policy lessons for a transition to circular economies by Sustainable Recycling Industries (SRI)
WS 4 Built environment and the nexus of human development, resource efficiency, and climate change mitigation by WRFEmpa, NTNU and supported by the Swiss Academies of Engineering Sciences (SATW)
WS 5 The E-Waste Tragedy – or how illegal e-waste trafficking affects our industries by Cosima Dannoritzer (Room: A Forum) 
WS 6 Developing a business plan for manual e-waste recycling by SRI and UNIDO 
WS 7 System Dynamics and econometric approaches: potential and limits of modeling resource efficiency by the Ecologic Institute 
WS 8 ESM Workshop and Criticality Debate by Foundation for Rare Metals (ESM)
WS 9 Sustainable Water Use – Target setting and political application by the German Federal Environment Agency (UBA)
WS 10 From Investments to Impact: Social Innovation for Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP) by UNEP and WRF 
WS 11 Material-efficiency in Swiss Industry based on Systematic Ecodesign by the Swiss Federal Office for the Environment (FOEN)
WS 12 Towards a comprehensive accounting of the societal metabolism – experiences from the DESIRE project by Leiden University – CML
WS 13 Circular Bioeconomy: circular economy meets bioeconomy by the Finnish Innovation Fund (SITRA)
WS 14 Circular Economy in Action – Experiences of RECPnet around the World by RECPnetUNIDO and UNEP
WS 15 Behind the Dirty Gold – Illegal mining in the Amazon basin by IUCN the Netherlands – Peruvian Society for Environmental Law
WS 16 Transformative Future Education by the World University Consortium in partnership with the World Academy of Arts and Science (WAAS)
WS 17 Resource Efficiency and the Circular Economy: Policy Mixes and Scenarios by University College London (UCL) and Ecologic Institute 
WS 18 Public-Private Partnerships for Water Stewardship by UNIDO and Heineken 
WS 19 Moving towards a circular economy by bridging top down and buttom-up approaches by Public Waste Agency for Flanders (OVAM) – Flanders & Ministry of Infrastructure and the Environment (I&M)  The Netherlands 
WS 20 Eco-Innovation by UNEP 
WS 21 Managing the Social and Economic Challenges for the Development of Resource Targets by the German Federal Environment Agency (UBA) 
WS 22 Complementing GDP and HDI: Towards an integrated resource use index of nations and business by WRF, Leiden University – CML, CSI and FOEN