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Going circular

The Circular Economics: The Transition from Theory to Practice A special issue, October 2016 presents 3 basic principles of Circular Economics.

  • P1 Preserve and enhance natural capital by controlling finite stocks and balancing renewable resource flows ReSOLVE tool: regenerate, virtualise, exchange
  • P2 Optimise resource yields by circulating products, components and materials in use at the highest utility at all times in both technical and biological cycles ReSOLVE levers: regenerate, share, optimise, loop  
  • P3 Foster system effectiveness by revealing and designing out negative externalities All ReSOLVE lever
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