Chapter 2 – Theoretical Frame of Circular Economy Education, Plastic Craftwork and Tinkering
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Motivation pt. 2

Environmental Stewardship: Education on the circular economy fosters a sense of environmental responsibility. It encourages adults to consider the long-term consequences of their actions and choices. This mindset shift can influence not only personal behaviors but also corporate and government policies.

Social and Ethical Aspects: Circular economy education goes beyond environmental concerns. It addresses social aspects like fair trade, ethical sourcing, and inclusivity. These issues are increasingly important in modern business practices, and adults educated in these areas are more attractive to socially-conscious employers.

Global Collaboration: A circular economy is a global concept. Educating adults on these Motivation fosters international cooperation and shared responsibility for sustainable resource management. In a world facing complex global challenges, adults trained in this way can participate in cross-border dialogues and initiatives, fostering a more connected and sustainable global community.