Learn how to evaluate different circularity scenarios using different tools and assessment models at the Spring School on Circular Economy.
The Spring School on Circular Economy is organised in collaboration with the EIT RawMaterials funded Raw Materials Scenario project. The lead organiser is Leiden University’s Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML), and the school is supported by KU Leuven and the University of Bordeaux. The programme in short consists of:
The total programme consists of 4 days, plus one day of arrival and a welcome reception.
The programme on 8&9 April is open to professionals.
- Two days of introduction to tools like Life cycle assessment, Material flow analysis, and Input-Output analysis, and exercises with the RaMaScene tool, that helps students to build circularity scenarios and make rough calculations on economic and environmental benefits. This part is given not only to the cohort of 15 PhD students but also to about 10 professionals that join this part of the course
Attendance is free and a selection process will take place.