Cradle-to-cradle design is defined as a biomimetic approach to product and system design. It can model human industry on nature’s processes.
WIth a degree in Digital content management for media, enterprises and cultural heritage, Emma Salioni has always had a strong interest in sustainability and circularity. After a period of time spent workin in The Netherlands, she started working with Tondo managing social media and communication, as well as supporting the organization of hackathons and events.
ESRS E5 is one of the five specific environmental standards of the European Sustainability Reporting Standards. It defines the information that the company must disclose when reporting on the use of resources and the circular economy.
Find out about all the different circular economy courses available online and offline, what they are and why they are important.
A hackathon is an event in which different actors compete against each other. Participants can be experts from different fields of computer science, recent graduates in scientific subjects, PhD students or even students.
From Monday, 17th of July until Saturday, 22nd of July Tondo took part in the Circular Summer School Padova 2023, a main activity of the CLOCKS Project, co-founded by EIT Raw Materials (founded by EIT – European Union), under the patronage of the University of Padua.
Founded in 2018, Tondo APS is an association that aims to pursue the development, dissemination and application of Circular Economy principles and concepts.
Clocks: CLOsing the loop is a project promoted by EIT Raw Materials, co-founded by the European Union, and developed together with the University of Padova.
Subito is a digital platform that enables millions of people to share items such as sofas, cars, apartments or even jobs from the local community.
Paola De Bernardi spoke about the paradox and limits of the agri-food system, then suggested possible operational solutions.