Environmental groups set out support for circular economy

A European Commission report, which claims that a move towards the circular economy could reduce greenhouse gas emissions by 2% to 4% annually, is gaining traction

The Aldersgate Group, the European Environment Bureau and Dutch green bank De Groene Zaak have all urged the European Parliament to support a circular economy package(photograph: Elena Shchipkova/123RF)Environmental groups have called on MEPs to vote in favour of a report setting out framework conditions for a transition to a resource efficient economy, due to be published on 8 July.

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