Yokohama Goes CircularEnergy and Environmental Engineering
- Ms Jackie Nichols
"Today, more than 300 million tons of new plastic are produced worldwide each year. Almost 18-billions pounds of waste ends up in the ocean. An example of a linear response is method of buying, wearing, and leaving or throwing away The overall goal of this project is to go circular, which is a process of reusing materials over and over, then renewing the material we’re reusing. This project shows how Yokohama, Japan can build a circular economy. Key words include sustainable design, circular economy, urban engineering, green energy and transportation, waste management, waste free."