Circular Economy

Landmark study shows the circular economy can halt biodiversity loss

A circular economy can help halt biodiversity loss. Image: REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan.

Tim Forslund

Circular Economy Specialist, SITRA (Finnish Innovation Fund)

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Figure 1. The food and agriculture sector makes the greatest contribution to biodiversity recovery. Source: Vivid Economics.

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Figure 2. Hierarchy of biodiversity actions in line with a circular economy. Source: Sitra, based on the Science Based Target Network’s action framework ARRRT.

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