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Circular Economy

Challenges and Opportunities for Ethical and Sustainable Business

Paperback Engels 2021 9780367418649
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How can we design circular business models? How can we organize the transition from a linear to a circular economy? And how can we imagine circular futures that help us transform current realities? This book aims to provide answers to these questions while addressing the challenges and opportunities of the circular economy. The authors reflect on why conventional sustainability models - such as the 'triple P' (People, Profit, Planet) or eco-efficiency - have failed in addressing environmental challenges including climate change, biodiversity loss, and pollution. They then move on to explore innovative circular business models, which propose to eliminate environmental damage by radically reforming the system of industrial production.

Organizing the transition is a collaborative effort: entrepreneurs, consumers, policymakers, multinationals and intermediaries need to work together to foster the emergence of the circular economy as an institutional field. Together with younger generations of learners and equipped with beyond-human centred values towards awareness of the material and natural world, novel circular futures can be imagined. Offering points of reference for continued critical discourse and examples of practically applicable sustainability solutions, this book will be of great interest to students, teachers, practitioners and scholars of circular economy.

Specificaties

ISBN13:9780367418649
Taal:Engels
Bindwijze:paperback
Aantal pagina's:224
Druk:1
Verschijningsdatum:12-8-2021
Hoofdrubriek:Economie
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Inhoudsopgave

Introduction
Helen Kopnina and Kim Poldner

Part I: Designing circular business models
1. Changing the Logic of Value Creation: The Transformative and Transitional Potential of a Framework for Sustainable Business Modelling
Niels Faber and Jan Jonker

2. Doing More with Less: Towards a Conceptual Framework for Frugal Business Model Innovation
Albert Kraaij and Sander Limonard

3. Circular Business Models: Mapping Experimentation in Multinational Firms
Nancy Bocken

Part II: Organizing circular transitions
4. Sustainability Frameworks: Investigating Consumer Decision-Making in Circular Economies
David Fitzgerald and John Reece

5. Understanding the Role of Institutional Intermediaries in the Emergence of the Circular Economy as an Institutional Field
Aglaia Fischer, Stefano Pascucci and Wilfred Dolfsma

6. The Rise of the Circular Entrepreneur: An Altruistic Spirit and the Pursuit of Mass Market Expansion
Marvin Henry, Thijs Hoogenstrijd and Julian Kirchherr

Part III: Imagining circular futures
7. Learning Towards a Circular Ecosystem: Designing Ecological Education for Circularity
Bas van den Berg, Tim den Hoedt and Eefje van den Eijk

8. Biomimicry Education as a Vehicle for Circular Design
Laura Stevens, Marc de Vries, Karel Mulder, and Helen Kopnina

9. Organizing the Emergence of Circular Technologies: Inter-Firm Collaboration, Imbrication and Routines in the Fashion Industry
Brigitte Mulder, Kim Poldner and Sietze Vellema

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