Nature is the perfect Circular economy - let's learn from it
The natural world reproduces, grows and consumes while maintaining balance and Circular Economy. It is the perfect circular economy, where everything, even after its lifetime, becomes a source for something else.
Today, only a bit over 8% of global economy can be considered to be “circular.” As the world progresses and develops, in spite of thousands of formal, informal, large and small initiatives, the demand for non-replenishable resources is still on the rise. There are many different concepts on how to achieve the balance without endangering the growth, but sometimes we forget to stop and take a look around us.
World Economic Forum has an interesting story on how mechanisms in our nature can be and are being applied in order to understand processes needed for implementation of Circular Economy principles.
Read the inspiring and optimistic story HERE...