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May 6, 2020
RLA SmartBrief: A genuinely sustainable circular economy differs from other models involving recycling and energy generation from waste in that it rethinks both production and consumption, write Anne Velenturf and Phil Purnell of the University of Leeds in the UK. "A sustainable circular economy represents a new economic model in which the aim shifts from narrow GDP growth to 'multi-dimensional progress' -- the broader strengthening of environmental quality, human well-being and economic prosperity for current and future generations," they write.
Full Story: https://theconversation.com/what-a-sustainable-circular-economy-would-look-like-133808