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3 Key Questions on Circular economy

We are used to an economy based on a ‘take-make-consume-throw away’ pattern: this is the linear economy.

When we recycle, repair, share, or when a company buys a service rather than a product, we speak of a circular economy. It is much more than just waste management 2.0.

Didier Bourguignon from the European Parliamentary Research Service is here to answer three key questions on circular economy.

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