'Circularity gap': How fostering a circular economy could slash global emissions by over a third

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Building a circular world economy could slash global emissions by more than a third, new report shows
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Building a circular world economy could slash global emissions by more than a third, new report shows

New report argues circular economy strategies could slash emissions across the global economy, reducing waste and climate impacts across the housing, mobility, and food sectors

Circular economy strategies have the potential to slash global greenhouse gas emissions by 39 per cent, saving 22.8 billion tonnes of carbon and helping to avert climate breakdown, according to a new report...

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