This activity can be one of the best ways to engage students around the concept of a circular economy. Participants take apart everyday objects and analyse how they were put together, what the are made of, and how easy they are to take apart. This opens the discussion about the opportunities of redesigning the product for a circular economy. At the end of the Teardown Workshop, groups will be able to:
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The core text. Describing the basic shift from sustainability as 'doing less harm', and focussing on 'me and consumerism' to one of 'doing good' and 'systems and citizenship'.
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