Does Europe really need to transition toward a circular economy?
Undoubtedly, the massive burden that the linear economic model poses on the ecosystem has been a fundamental factor in the development of the circular economy proposition, urged by a steady and significant increase of the demand for raw materials and exacerbated by the growing evidence of a changing climate. Natural resources represent the core of the global economy, standing at the base of the current production patterns: these are in…
European Green Deal? Nice Plan! But who will implement it?
The tackle of pressing climate and environmental-related challenges is the most important test that our society needs to jointly address. For this purpose, the European Commission launched a lavish plan to prioritize sustainable economic growth, decoupled from the linear use of resources, through the promotion of systemic changes across economic sectors and within the society. The ambition of the European Green Deal is related to the connection of different fields…
Circular Economy Symposium at Harvard – What happened?
Last Friday we audited the Circular Economy Symposium organized by multiple Harvard schools and research centers.
That’s what happened and what we think about it.