A picture paints a thousand words. That is why we offer infographics on various aspects of the circular economy. Below all our graphs.
Tuesday 7 April 2020
A clear checklist for purchasers who want to go circular.
The radical essence.
How does the functionality of materials evolve throughout a product life?
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation calculated that the circular economy, driven by technological progress, could increase European raw material productivity by 3%. For the EU-27 this amounts to an additi…
How long will the stocks of some important raw materials last?
Which factors help product-service systems and which work against?
An overview of the most important routes to make purchases circular.
Which business models close cycles through the production chain?
An overview of the various links in a production chain. System thinking is central.
What do CEOs think about raw material scarcity and do they do something about it?
The most common representation of the circular economy. An adaptation of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's original.
The circular economy has become popular as a theoretical framework, but the most important task still lies ahead: realizing the real potential.
An overview of the spectrum of possible product-service systems.
What is the link between the circular economy and climate efforts?
We also use the materials inefficiently during the life of our products. A car is parked 96% of his life.
This diagram shows how Circular Flanders cooperates with the transition priorities of the Flemish innovation policy.
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