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Time for a Circular Economy

According to a recent report from the World Meteorological Organization, there is a high risk that global temperatures could exceed the crucial 1.5-degree target above pre-industrial levels within the next five years. Across the planet, any additional rise in temperature will intensify climate disasters, causing larger typhoons, bigger floods, rising sea levels, more severe droughts, and increasing forest fires, as we are already observing. Asia Times 

2020 has highlighted the magnitude of impact that events such as forest fires and the Covid-19 pandemic can have on humanity globally. Could this be the catalyst that spurs further growth in circular economy?

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