Circular Economy

The circular economy could forever change how cars are made – here’s how

E.Leclerc Location and Groupe Renault recently teamed up in a one-of-a-kind partnership to offer enable French drivers to rent electric cars. Rethinking car ownership is one way makers can tackle waste and offer sustainable options. Image: Groupe Renault

Christoph Wolff

Lecturer, University of Cologne

Thomas Deloison

Director, Mobility, World Business Council for Sustainable Development (WBCSD)


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Thomas Deloison, Director, Mobility at the World Business Council for Sustainable Development
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