New book: 10 Guiding Principles for Building a Circular Economy

The worldwide use of natural resources is growing at an alarming speed. If we maintain our present consumption and production patterns, we will need three Earths by the year 2050. The circular economy can bend this curve: it closes the loops of products, materials and resources, yielding the lowest possible environmental impacts, while using renewable energy sources and safeguarding the planet’s biodiversity. In the book ’How Network Governance Powers the Circular Economy’, Amsterdam Economic Board member Jacqueline Cramer shows how network governance can power the circular economy.

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