Students use Lego to explain the circular economy
In the spring the Ellen MacArthur Foundation launched a national schools competition challenging students and teachers to use their creativity in illustrating the concepts behind a circular economy. This could have been in the form of a short animation or poster, but had to illustrate what the circular economy is in a way that would help explain it to fellow schools, teachers and students. Read more...
The winning entry in the competition for schools came from Archbishop Holgate School in York. It demonstrates a deep understanding of the whole system change, the model and infrastructure of a circular economy and summarises key principles in a very engaging way.