Prof. Andrea Carolina Cardoso Díaz (University of Magdalena)

Andrea Cardoso is a professor in the Business and Economics Faculty of the University of Magdalena, Santa Marta, Colombia, where she also serves as director of the Energy Transitions students' research group. She holds a European Joint Master's degree in Water and Coastal Management from the University of Plymouth, U.K., and Cadiz University, Spain. She received her MSc and PhD in environmental studies from the Institute of Environmental Science and Technology, Autonomous University of Barcelona. Andrea’s research addresses the political ecology of the global coal chain, just transition and climate justice.


🌟 B&B Panel: Squaring the Circle: On the Road towards a Digital Circular Economy (EN)
Andrea Vetter (Konzeptwerk Neue Ökonomie), Dr. Vivian Frick, Prof. Andrea Carolina Cardoso Díaz (University of Magdalena), Johanna Sydow (Germanwatch), Almut Nagel (Europäische Kommission)

Does social prosperity always have to be linked to resource consumption? Digitalisation holds the promise of being able to break such a link and lead to a genuine circular economy. At the same time, digitalisation itself eats up vast amounts of resources. Which economic models will lead us into the circular economy?

Economy and Resources