Stephanie H. Leclerc

Stephanie H. Leclerc
McGill University | McGill · School of Urban Planning

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Policy proposals for a more circular economy abound but studies of actual attempts to transition from linear to more circular material flows within large organisations are few. We present the case of a university’s project to manage its information technology (IT) material flows according to circular economy principles. This paper presents a detail...
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There are widespread assumptions to the effect that the internet of things (IoT) will accelerate the global transition to a circular economy (CE). Many industries, governments, and NGOs are supporting this vision by promoting or investing in related infrastructure (5G networks, AI, sensors, etc.). Conversely, recent literature has highlighted a par...
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A range of extended producer responsibility (EPR) programs have been developed for managing electronic waste. In Canada, where efforts have led to more harmonized EPR programs, one province (Québec) has introduced regulatory measures beyond those adopted elsewhere in the country. We investigate the causes for this different approach, and stakeholde...

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