Circular Economy

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Our Mission

Eliminating waste and promoting the safe use of natural resources.

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Plastics and the Environment
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Our Impact

Helping companies in China reduce and recycle 50% of e-waste by 2025, from smartphones to medical machinery
Making the $4.5 trillion circular economy opportunity a reality

Our Initiatives

This effort works with partners to advance circular models for plastics, electronics, batteries, cars, and textiles.

This effort helps companies and governments develop guiding principles for the creation of a sustainable battery value chain by 2030.

This is a one-stop-shop collaboration platform to scale reuse solutions that address plastic pollution.

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We seek to create harmony between man and nature through the conscious consumption of products from natural protected areas.

We support local, informal collectors on islands and in remote coastal areas to recover and transport ocean plastics and waste to recyclers.

We help stakeholders across supply chains trace raw materials from their source into parts and ultimately to end products.

We promote a novel value chain for shea butter to avoid the use of wood in the production of this popular commodity.

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