Circular Economy Agreement

The action plan includes measures to mobilise private finance to support the circular economy and proposes the creation of a global alliance for the circular economy to consider opening a debate on a possible international agreement on the management of natural resources. Helping European businesses and consumers to move to a stronger, more circular economy, in which resources will be used more sustainably As entrepreneurs in the construction and demolition sector, you can start the circular economy tomorrow. For more information, see closing-the-loop-an-eu-action-plan-for the circular economy Commission Staff Working Document SWD (2020) 100 Leading the way to a global circular economy: state of ing and outlook accompanies the Action Plan and provides an overview of the above-mentioned measures to promote the circular economy abroad. The text also illustrates current trends, challenges and opportunities and explores possible future measures for the evolution of the circular economy on a global scale. ecca-partner-application-form-annex2-of-partership agreement The European Commission has adopted a plan focused on the design and production of a circular economy and ensuring that the resources used remain in the EU economy for as long as possible. The plan aims to reduce the EU`s footprint, double its circular material use rate and contribute to economic decarbonisation by reducing the EU`s carbon and material footprint. The Circular Economy Action Plan for a Cleaner and More Competitive Europe, which is at the heart of the European Green Deal, aims to ensure that the economy is ready for a green future, strengthens competitiveness while protecting the environment. It introduces legislative and non-legislative measures and targets areas where action at EU level brings added value. This protocol is part of the “Construction 2020” strategy and the communication on the possibilities of efficient use of resources in the secto building. It is also part of the latest and more ambitious circular economy package presented by the European Commission, which contains revised legislative proposals on waste to support Europe`s transition to a circular economy, increase global competitiveness, promote sustainable economic growth and create new jobs. The proposed measures will help to achieve the Waste Framework Directive target of 70% of C&D waste by 2020, close the life cycle of products by increasing recycling and reuse, and bring benefits to the environment and the economy.

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