The courses here listed are the ones (that happened online or in a face-to-face format), already carried out or in progress, dedicated to
the theme of Circular Economy and whose contents and supporting materials are still available on their respective websites.

National Geographic Forum: The Circular Economy

The Ellen MacArthur Foundation and National Geographic have come together to present a digital forum dedicated to the theme of Circular Economy. To watch the videos and other resources available, click the following website:

Open Online Course on e-waste

EIT Climate-KIC, together with its partners the UN, the Secretariat of the Basel, Rotterdam, and Stockholm Conventions (BRS), EIT RawMaterials, the International Telecommunication Union, KU Leuven and the World Resources Forum, has launched an updated Massive Open Online Course (MOOC) on the e-waste challenge, also with contributions from the World Health Organization. You can register for this MOOC and learn more about this course here:

EduZWaCE – Education for Zero Waste and Circular Economy

Education for Zero Waste and Circular Economy (EduZWaCE) is an Erasmus+ project that aims to fill a gap in Vocational Education and Training and create new training course focusing on Waste and Circular Economy, and developing interdisciplinary skills needed for new jobs in the area. You can learn more about this project here:

CENTRO Autumn Course on Circular Economy

Comissão de Coordenação e Desenvolvimento Regional do Centro (CCDRC) organised, together with the Institute for Interdisciplinary Research of the University of Coimbra (IIIUC)​ and with the support from the Dutch Ministry for Infrastructures and Water Management (Rijkswaterstaat) and Instituto Pedro Nunes, an Autumn Course on Circular Economy (, with the main goal of sharing knowledge and disseminate good practices about the many thematics underlying the concept of Circular Economy. This Course took place from October 15 to 18, at the facilities of the University of Coimbra and Instituto Pedro Nunes. The presentations and documents that supported the discussions of this Autumn Course are still available on the event’s page.