In industrialized countries, the insight is growing that today’s linear economy is not compatible with the earth’s finite resources, climate change and fast growing populations. The Circular Economy strives for a world without waste – and with the recycling of resources wherever possible.
The European Commission, several countries, international corporations, medium-sized companies and a rapidly growing number of start-ups are working on new business models along the way to support the change.
In developing and emerging countries with billions of underserved people, the circular economy is the most promising way to faster, sustainable and higher living standards and quality of life. Only a few think tanks, development economists and institutions of international development cooperation have recognized this so far. All the more necessary are new impulses, concepts, business models, regulations, laws in international cooperation and investments in companies and societies of emerging economies.
We support companies and politics with our expertise with a network of experts with many years of working experience in industry as well as in international cooperation – in developing and industrialized countries.