Anthony Halog joined the UQ from the University of Maine, where he was an assistant professor in Industrial Ecology. His research focuses on the sustainability of the human-nature complexity through understanding the nexus of material and energy systems. His Research Group in Industrial Ecology and Circular Economy at UQ endeavours to provide service/expertise for industry clients in transforming existing linear system-based value chains and operations towards circularity, which enhances their resource efficiency & productivity, creates added value products from wastes, and reduces their emissions into the environment for a more sustainable consumption and production in the future.
University of Queensland
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|Transitioning to Green and Circular Economy for Industrial Sustainability||24 November 2016||Slides||Agriculture and Natural Resources, Disaster Risk Management, Environment, Urban Development|
|Greening Industry: Improving Resource Use, Reducing Waste||24 November 2016||Multimedia||Environment, Private Sector|
|Green Technology and Business Innovation||23 November 2016||Multimedia||Environment, ICT, Private Sector|