GLOBE 2014 Theme: Towards the Circular Economy
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In a thousand different ways, businesses and governments are responding to the changing demands of more articulate and savvy consumers, as well as other stakeholders who are seeking transparency and ...
In a thousand different ways, businesses and governments are responding to the changing demands of more articulate and savvy consumers, as well as other stakeholders who are seeking transparency and more sustainable business practices. By embracing the opportunities towards a more circular economy, organizations are reinventing products and processes to come up with new solutions through the adoption of nature-inspired design, the sharing of best practices and eco-efficiencies using industrial symbiosis, and leveraging on new business models. The sessions in this theme explore various dimensions of the emerging circular economy, providing tools and frameworks that allow for scaling up from the product level through to global implementation.
EMERGING DRIVERS OF THE CIRCULAR ECONOMY
The traditional model of “take, make, dispose” is creating stress on the world’s finite reserves. Applying resource efficiency best practices in the marketplace is helping companies large and small seize new opportunities and is boosting productivity. Listen to those who are changing the world as we know it and learn about the emerging drivers of the circular economy.
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