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Session 5: Circular economy, decoupling and zero waste

[Please note that the programme is subject to change and will be continuously updated up to the conference]

Date and Time: Tuesday 24, 16h30 – 18h30

Room: 18

SS 5.1 Resource Education as a key factor for Resource Preservation and Efficiency: The role of educational networks by Holger Rohn1,2, Carolin Baedeker3, Jaya Bowry1, Angelika Wilhelm-Rechmann4, Michael Scharp4 (1Faktor 10 – Institut für nachhaltiges Wirtschaften gGmbH, Germany; 2Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen – University of Applied Sciences Germany; 3Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment and Energy, Germany; 4Institute for Future Studies and Technology Assessment, Germany)
SS 5.2 Resource Education: the Case for Professional Level Training for Implementing Resource Preservation and Efficiency by Carolin Baedeker1, Marco Hasselkuß1, Lydia Illge2, Maurizia Magro2, Janire Clavell2 (1Wuppertal Institute for Climate, Environment, Energy, Germany; 2Institute for Future Studies and Technology Assessment, Germany)
SS 5.3 Sustainable Recycling Industries Project: Providing the Seed for Sustainability Measurements by Amir Safaei (ecoinvent, Switzerland)
SS 5.4  Resource use of sport activities – Implications for consumption and production by Michael Lettenmeier1,2,3, Christa Liedtke2,4, Holger Rohn5,6,2 (1: Aalto University, Finland; 2: Wuppertal Institut, Germany; 3: D-mat ltd., Finland; 4: Folkwang University of the Arts, Germany; 5: Faktor 10 – Institut für nachhaltiges Wirtschaften gGmbH, Germany; 6: Technische Hochschule Mittelhessen University of Applied Sciences, Germany)
SS 5.5 The multiplying of household appliances: constructing normality across socio-economic groups in Western Switzerland by Marlyne Sahakian, Beatrice Bertho (University of Lausanne, Switzerland)
SS 5.6 Targeting vocational training: education for the implementation of resource conservation by Michael Scharp, Angelika Wilhelm-Rechmann (Institute for Futures Studies and Technology Assessment, Germany)

Zero waste lectures – by Zero waste associates

The program is an overview of key Zero Waste Tools, a discussion on Municipal implementation, an overview on the work force both formal and informal and finally the pollution of the oceans and that there is “no away” with a report about findings in the Swiss environment.