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Description

In this video, Sandrine Gombert-Courvoisier, lecturer in ecology and human ecology at ENSEGID (Institut National Polytechnique de Bordeaux), proposes a definition of responsible household consumption and shows how such practices are compatible with deployment of a more circular economy.

Niveau

  • Bac+3
  • Bac+4
  • Bac+5

Langues

  • Non français
  • Anglais

État

  • Labellisé

Thèmes

  • Eco-conception et éco-technologie
  • Institutions, acteurs, sociétés et territoires

Licence Creative Commons

  • Pas de modification
  • Partage des conditions à l'identique
  • Paternité
  • Pas d'utilisation commerciale

Nature pédagogique

  • Animation
  • Cours

Types

  • Grain audiovisuel

Mots-clés

human ecology
Duty of care and extended value chain to achieve responsible management
Duty of care and extended value chain to achieve responsible management
Nouveau
Planned obsolescence: theory, challenges and case studies
Planned obsolescence: theory, challenges and case studies
Nouveau
Industrial symbioses and eco-industrial parks: the Kalundborg symbiosis
Industrial symbioses and eco-industrial parks: the Kalundborg symbiosis
Nouveau
From municipal waste management to the development of a circular economy
From municipal waste management to the development of a circular economy
Some example of a functionality-based economy
Some example of a functionality-based economy
The key principles of functionality-based economy
The key principles of functionality-based economy
Industrial ecology : flow management and feasibility of synergies
Industrial ecology : flow management and feasibility of synergies
Industrial ecology : information creation and collaborative environments
Industrial ecology : information creation and collaborative environments
Industrial symbioses and eco-industrial parks : the Kalundborg case
Industrial symbioses and eco-industrial parks : the Kalundborg case
Circular economy in action
Circular economy in action

Contributeurs

Sandrine Gombert-Courvoisier