New E-Learning Course Spotlights Pathways for Advancing Circular Economy Transition

ADBI News Release | 31 January 2023

Tokyo, Japan – A new tuition-free, certificate-issuing ADBI E-Learning course provides an in-depth look at principles and policy imperatives for enabling transition from a linear to a circular economy critical to sustainable growth and consumption in emerging markets in Asia and globally.

Circular Economy Policy Maker E-Training extensively examines the adverse effects of a ‘take-make-dispose” linear economy on ecosystems and carbon emissions and how a more circular economy can bolster environmental sustainability and climate change mitigation.

Led by 10 senior researchers and experts over 7 modules, the course highlights regional and global cases studies and the importance of multi-stakeholder collaboration that is intersectoral in scope for fostering viable circular economy approaches.

The course also spotlights policy recommendations to help drive the transition to circularity, including measures such as resource mobilization, greater investment in technical education, redesigning resource streams, and circular supply chain development.

Circular Economy Policy Maker E-Training is ideal for policy makers, researchers, and other learners interested in understanding the potential for circular economy transition to promote economic prosperity and a more sustainable future.

Enhanced Course Certificates

Learners that complete this ADBI E-Learning course will earn a course completion certificate with a unique user ID to verify the certificate holder and QR code that provides information about the course.

See the full range of ADBI E-Learning courses led by top experts on key development topics for Asia and the Pacific and beyond.