Friday, 05 February 2021
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Jacqueline Cramer is a professor emeritus of sustainable innovation at Utrecht University and a member of the Amsterdam Economic Board, where she is actively engaged in circular economy initiatives. She holds numerous managerial positions, among which supervisory board chair of Holland Circular Hotspot and chair of the Dutch Concrete Agreement. In the book ‘How Network Governance Powers the Circular Economy’, Cramer shares her huge experience in implementing numerous circular initiatives in the Netherlands. As a practitioner and scholar, she has identified ten guiding principles for building circular initiatives, based on network governance. These guidelines can support everyone that wants to start or expedite a circular initiative. If you want to read more about the book or get access to the online version, click here: New book: 10 Guiding Principles for Building a Circular Economy
more than a month ago
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#654
Thanks for sharing, I look forward to reading it.
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#661
Would you recommend the book for somebody who is new to the topic? I'll read it anyway, thanks for sharing!
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#680
Hi, its great to join this forum. I am very much interested in application of circular economy in climate change adaptation and nature based solutions. Advices on the available training, capacity building opportunities and online resources would be highly appreciated. Thank you.
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#684
A great initiative!
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