Circular Economy

Using stuff longer: Does the shift to a circular economy have a simple solution?

Kickstart the circular economy by using stuff for longer. Image: Unsplash/Nareeta Martin

Mo Chatterji

Manager, Kearney

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Extending a phone lifespan by three to four years reduces phone waste in landfills by 25% and adds to the circular economy.
Extending a phone lifespan by three to four years reduces phone waste in landfills by 25% and adds to the circular economy. Image: Kearney

Circular economy: Extending the lifecycle of clothes can reduce CO2 emissions
Circular economy: Extending the lifecycle of clothes can reduce CO2 emissions Image: Kearney

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