New publication by the LFC student Raysa França in the Routlege edited volume

LFC student Raysa França has a forthcoming publication in an edited volume "Social and Cultural Aspects of the Circular Economy" (published by Routledge).

This collection of essays brings together discussions arguing that circular economy must be linked to society and culture in order to create a viable concept for remodelling the economy. Covering a diverse range of topics and regions, including cities and living, food and human waste, packaging and law, fashion, design and art, this book provides a multi-layered examination of circularity.

In this collection, LFC student Raysa França co-authored the piece called “Filling the social gap in the circular economy: How can the solidarity economy contribute to urban circularity?” together with Erkki-Jussi Nylén, Ari Jokinen, and Pekka Jokinen. Raysa acknowledges that her writing and research have greatly benefited from the work of other LFC students.

We congratulate Raysa with such a great achievement and wish her many more successive projects in the future!

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