Extend Your Knowledge

The following resources provide extensive information, examples, and cases on the topics covered in this lesson. 

The terms in this glossary can be applied to any sector of the economy. Downloadable version also available.

First established as “Recycling Council of Ontario,” Circular Innovation Council is now supporting greater sustainability across Canada and putting circular economy concepts into action.

This report presents a positive alternative for Canada to move forward in addressing these environmental, social, and economic challenges posed by the linear economic model.

This article addresses the question of how education change networks (ECNs) can support Indigenous and non-Indigenous educators and community members to create relationships and ultimately better meet the needs of Indigenous (and all) learners.

This peer-reviewed article expands three domains of learning, pioneered by Benjamin Bloom, and suggests a four-domain framework for developing course learning outcomes that will serve all students, with a focus on better supporting the educational empowerment of Indigenous students.


In the next part, you’ll learn about construction, renovation, demolition (CRD) waste and how it can be managed by adopting a life cycle approach.




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