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Stakeholder Engagement

Government's role is crucial for promoting and developing a global implementation of the circular economy.

By setting legislative agendas, and developing strategic programs and public services, the government can drive the demand for the development of circular practices and influence the way businesses operate.
This is crucial for a transformative change from today's Liner Economy to a Circular one.

 

Thus said government authorities not only play a crucial role in setting new standards for business but also for various stakeholders that help businesses prosper, such as consumers, retailers, suppliers, and manufacturers.

Recent Projects

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 Study on International Practices in developing Circular Economy Roadmaps: Insights and Recommendations for a Vietnam Circular Economy Roadmap

We are in discussions with the Government of Vietnam to develop a study that will provide a benchmark review of the international practices in developing a circular economy roadmaps with a specific focus on countries with similarities to Vietnam. Based on this, it will give specific and general recommendations on how these best practices could be adapted for the development of a roadmap in the context of Vietnam.

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We are in discussions with the Government of the Philippines and UNDP Philippines to develop a national circular economy roadmap for specific focus areas such as marine litter, solid waste management and mining. We have already received an Expression of Interest from the Philippines and are discussing the MOU.

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