Ester van der Voet

Ester van der Voet obtained her MSc as a biologist in 1982 at Leiden University. Her first job was with the Centre of Energy Conservation, evaluating the consequences of energy scenarios on the natural environment. Since 1984 she has been employed as a researcher at the Institute of Environmental Sciences (CML) at Leiden University. She has conducted research that for the most part can be placed under the heading of Industrial Ecology. Research areas are, among others: stock breeding and the ammonia problem, risk assessment, life-cycle assessment, biodiversity policy, natural resource accounting, indicator development, material flow accounting, and especially substance flow analysis. In this last field she obtained her PhD in 1996. She still is employed at the CML as a senior researcher and project leader. She is now employed as an Associate Professor and has contributed to the start-up of a MSc program in Industrial Ecology.

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Engineering Design for a Circular Economy (edX)

Discover and develop sustainable design and engineering methods to improve the reuse, repair, remanufacturing, and recycling of products for a circular economy. Products and equipment all around us are made of materials: look around you and you will see phones, computers, cars, and buildings. We face challenges in securing [...]
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A Circular Economy of Metals: Towards a Sustainable Societal Metabolism (Coursera)

May 24th 2021
A Circular Economy of Metals: Towards a Sustainable Societal Metabolism (Coursera)
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Metals are present everywhere around us and are one of the major materials upon which our economies are built. Economic development is deeply coupled with the use of metals. During the 20th century the variety of metal applications in society grew rapidly. In addition to mass applications such as [...]
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