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Circular economy (CE) replaces the concept of “expiration” with that of “restoration”, seeking to ensure that products, components and materials retain their value and service life throughout the entire production and use cycle.
Benefits in terms of environment and society are undeniable. Organizations can guarantee the sustainability of resources and the ecological diversity in a globalized, complex, and often unpredictable planetary context.
But how exactly does CE work? This concept proposes the need to move away from the linear logic of extraction – consumption – waste, towards a model whereby waste and pollution are eliminated from their design stage. As a result, products and materials that flow into the economic cycle are used for as long as possible or even indefinitely, and economic processes regenerate natural systems.
CE provides answers to environmental challenges that contemplate economic evolution and social aspects, thus contributing to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals (SDG).
It is important to be aware that an organization’s transition to circularity is influenced by contextual factors and framework conditions. Assessing the context is key to identify opportunity and risk indicators associated with the actions to be taken.
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