Study: Transition To Circular Economy Slowed Globally In 2023

04.02.2024 By Ecaterina Craciun

The transition to circular economy slowed globally in 2023, as the vast majority of raw materials entering economies are still coming from virgin sources, while the share of secondary, reused materials has steadily decreased over the past five years, from 9.1% in 2018 to 7.2% in 2023, as per the “Circularity Gap 2024” study carried out by Deloitte and the Circle Economy Foundation.

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