Circular Economy: Achieving a More Sustainable Waste Stream
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This Bloomberg Environment Strategies report explores what a circular economy would look like and what shape the approach would take in both theory and practice. A truly circular economy would involve no new material inputs, and would generally aim to get more from less. It would embrace the interconnectedness of consumers, businesses, governments, and the environment.
Highlighted in this report are efforts to achieve a more circular economic model, in particular the challenges that plastics present. It features a collection of Bloomberg Environment news articles that show examples of how transitioning to a circular economy would provide opportunities for innovation, drive economic growth, and generate environmental and societal benefits. These benefits include resource savings, cheaper production costs, increased revenue for businesses, and ultimately consumer savings and a stronger, more sustainable market economy.
Register for your free copy today to better understand this alternative approach and how it compares to a linear system to production and consumption that has long defined the economy.