Learning industrial symbiosis in educational experimental farms, a way for moving towards a circular economy
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In educational experimental farms in Guanajuato state (México), agronomy students of Universidad de la Salle Bajío learn while they develop or collaborate in research projects. In three of the four farms, an Industrial Symbiosis (IS) project is being developed since 2017. It consists of searching for opportunities for IS development in order to achieve: a better material use, an improved waste valorization, a set of waste or by-products exchanges among the farms; in essence, moving towards a circular economy. Preliminary results show some symbiotic linkages inside each farm and among farms that contribute to create symbiotic networks and enhance circular economy. Students develop some tasks in the farms by turns, so all of them know how to grow, to take care of the cattle, to collect eggs, to clean, etc. They also develop there their collaboration with research projects or their final grade thesis
CitationCervantes, G. Learning industrial symbiosis in educational experimental farms, a way for moving towards a circular economy. A: International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies. "EDULEARN20 Proceedings 12th International Conference on Education and New Learning Technologies". International Association of Technology, Education and Development (IATED), 2020, p. 3126-3131. ISBN 978-84-09-17979-4. DOI 10.21125/edulearn.2020.0911.
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