Circular Economy

Why the circular economy must link up the whole supply chain

Maersk, whose flagship MV Maersk Mc-Kinney Moller is pictured, has begun creating ‘digital twins’ of its latest container ships to assess the use of the materials involved. Image: REUTERS/Renata Dabrowska/Agencja Gazeta

Daniel Schmid

Chief sustainability officer, SAP SE

Will Ritzrau

Director of sustainability, SAP SE

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