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Who Aces Circular Economy: Steel or Plastic?

Out of all the definitions of circular economy out there, our most relatable and dearest definition is by Ellen Macarthur Foundation. It goes to define circular economy as a systems solution framework that tackles global challenges like climate change, biodiversity, waste and pollution.


Circular economy in concept and theory sounds like a very technical and utopian concept which hasn’t found its age. However, what remains surprising is that the term “sustainability” and “circular economy” use in social media has increased over quite the figure. 5000 times to be callously precise. Circular economy is driven by design and todays and tomorrow’s pipeline technology makes it increasingly possible for us to transition into net zero.