Workshops (WS)

The workshops listed below took place at WRF 2019.

The left column links show the workshop overviews. The right column links show the workshop presentations (pdf format).

Workshops

  1. “Towards an Integrated Sustainable Resource Management” Workshop, hosted by the ESM Foundation (“Entwicklungsfonds Seltene Metalle”), United Nations Economic Commission for Europe (UNECE), and EIT Raw Materials
4. “Towards a Circular Economy for Electronics” Workshop, hosted by the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP)

8. “Acting on 1.5: An Anatomy of Action” Workshop, hosted by the 10-year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns (10YFP) Sustainable Lifestyles Initiative Multi-Stakeholders Advisory Committee (SLE MAC) at UN Environment

9. “Towards a Public Innovation Compass” Workshop, hosted by the NewHoRRIzon Project managed by the Federation of German Scientists

10. “G20 Emerging Economies’ Perspective on Resource Efficiency Challenges and Prospects” Workshop, hosted by two GIZ (German Bilateral Development Cooperation Agency) projects: “Resource Efficiency Initiative for India (EU-REI)”, commissioned by the EU and “Initiative Resource Efficiency and Climate Action”, commissioned by BMU through IKI

12. “Challenges and best practices of supply chain management” Workshop, hosted by the Federal Office for the Environment, Switzerland (FOEN), Global Compact Network, and Rütter Soceco AG

13. A Musical Workshop hosted by ZEM

A Musical Workshop hosted by ZEM

14. “CRITICALC: Scoping a CRITICALity Life Long Learning Course” Workshop, a project by EIT Raw Materials

“CRITICALC”

16. “Introduction of Sustainable E-Waste Management in Ghana: An innovative cooperation between MESTI and GIZ” Workshop, supported by the German Government and Ministry of Environment, Science, Technology, & Innovation (MESTI)

17. “Implementing the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in Commodity Trading” Workshop, hosted by the Swiss Trade and Shipping Organization (STSA)

“Implementing the UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights in Commodity Trading”