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!