Understanding the circular economy needs you to have a grounding in physics, biology, economics supply chain and several other disciplines.
To help you apply circular economy thinking in your work we have developed a series of guides, presentations, videos and workshops that gives you the essentials without having to study these disciplines.
First presented at the Caux Foundation conference on Trust and Integrity in the Global Economy (TIGE), a 40-minute overview of the absolute essentials explains:
- Two main cycles – and the absolutely essential crossover points that should always be monitored.
- Three elements of the circular economy, their cycles, their essential differences and why understanding them will help you grasp circularity.
- Four spheres, their interaction points essential to pinpoint in all supply chain and economic activity.