As the Circular Economy is set to be the model of the future what best way to prepare for it than to teach our youngsters about it today?
Paide gymnasium in Estonia has begun a cooperation with Tallinn University of Technology in designing a module titled “Future Materials and Circular Economy”. The module consists of three courses titled: Introduction to Circular Economy, Material Technology and Innovation in the Sector.
The course will be taught every Friday for the duration of the academic year and will focus on circular economy principles and practices and innovation in the field. Students taking the course will have the opportunity to become acquainted with the University learning environment and lecturers and will attend lectures and practical sessions.
The course is an initiative sparked by our partner, Paide Town Government as part of the activities within the Circular Based Waste Management project.
News about the cooperation made it to the local radio station Tre Raadio and can be found here.