“Many companies still struggle to fully grasp the concept of the circular economy, its implications on their business and the initial steps needed to get started. For many, the circular economy has become so nebulous and mystified that it feels a monumental just task to know where your company fits in.
“WBCSD’s recently published CEO Guide to the Circular Economy is an excellent introduction for CEOs and high level leaders. But now, a more detailed guidance is needed for technical experts who can help encourage systemic change in specific areas of the company – whether in design, manufacturing, finance or elsewhere. . . .
“Everyone has a role to play in the circular economy. The challenge lies in informing and empowering people about the specific actions they can take to mobilize their companies towards circularity.
“WBCSD aims to do exactly this with their Practitioner Guide to the Circular Economy, launched today and free to the public.
“The Practitioner Guide lists over 70 strategies that one can use to make their organization more circular, depending on the function they serve. Whether one designs, buys, makes, sells, disposes or finances for his or her company, there are multiple strategies to consider.”