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Water Footprint in the Textile and Food Supply Chain Management : Trends to Become Circular and Sustainable
The textile and food industries are two sectors whose water consumption generates a significant environmental footprint. The production of industries must be focused on sustainability if the organizations for these sectors ...
Circular Economy for Food Loss Reduction and Water Footprint
Food loss is a global problem with significant social, economic, and ecological impacts. According to the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), a third of the food produced globally is lost or wasted along the food ...
Circular Economy for Waste Reduction and Carbon Footprint
The anthropogenic activities developed in the manufacturing and distribution of products that are carried out at greater intensity to meet the growing demand and consumption worldwide produce a more significant amount of ...
Better Students, Better Companies, Better Life : Circular Learning
New education programs related to the circular economy model are being developed and companies applying the circularity model and strategies according to the company and the context in which it is developed. This article ...
Fashion and Textile Circularity and Waste Footprint
Year by year, the waste footprint has been increasing significantly; thousands of tons of waste generated by various industry sectors is already bringing irreparable changes in the world. One of the principal industries ...
3D Print, Circularity, and Footprints
3D printing is part of the advanced technology that is beneficial in many areas such as construction, packaging, and medicine because it can create objects that can offer a better understanding of specific prototypes or ...
Virtual Tourism, Carbon Footprint, and Circularity
This chapter aims to analyze the tourism sector globally and the creation of virtual tourism. It is presented along with the previous context of the sector and the damage made by the COVID-19 pandemic. This lens shows how ...
Measuring Circular Economy
The circular economy seeks its development through various efforts. Specific action guidelines and indicators are required for different levels, types of organizations, regions, etc. Likewise, diverse experiences are ...
Food Loss Reduction and Carbon Footprint Practices Worldwide : A Benchmarking Approach of Circular Economy
Unsustainable food supply chains are negatively affecting the environment. As a result, this topic has been debated worldwide, and several actors came to the same conclusions: intervention and actions are a must. Nonetheless, ...