Circular economy

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Circular economy

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Munich Office, Central Europe
October 24, 2022

Closing the loop

Discussions about sustainability are no longer enough. In order to move forward, businesses must take environmental concerns to heart, transitioning away from a “take-make-waste” model and towards understanding and adopting a circular economic approach. But how should companies start making the transition to the circular economy? What kind of challenges lie ahead? How should they measure progress? This issue of Think:Act magazine demystifies the circular economy for you and also helps you learn from some of the pioneers.

Highlights from Think:Act “Circular economy”

The idea that businesses can address environmental concerns without sacrificing prosperity is becoming important. Get ready for the Re:economy!

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  • Electric vehicles might not use gas, but battery operation poses its own challenges
  • China’s centralized approach to start building a circular economy is set to unleash a flood of new innovation
  • Academic and entrepreneur Barent Roth weighs in on the significance of the circular economy for companies and consumers
  • Ciril Jazbec on India’s ice stupas, a uniquely local solution to fight the impending climate disaster
  • For businesses, eliminating waste is both a peak goal and a logistical challenge
  • Scholar and activist Ethan Zuckerman on why we need alternatives to a commercial internet
  • A look into long-term trends that promise to shape digitization, carbon capture and the recycling industry

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