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8 websites to build your circular economy knowledge

Where do you go when you want to learn about a circular economy? If you’re not sure, these 8 websites are a great starting point. Whether you like to learn through practical case studies and examples, in-depth reports or the latest news articles and trends, there is something here for everyone. 

More and more organisations are beginning to explore and understand the importance of a circular economy and its role in mitigating the climate crisis and reducing the global temperature whilst also providing financial and competitive business benefits.

For those interested in why the circular economy plays such a significant role in reaching climate change targets and what actions they can take within their own business, there is no shortage of places online to learn more. To help, we’ve pulled together a list of some of our top websites where you can find circular economy resources, articles, insights, case studies, explanations and more.

  1. Circle Economy Knowledge Hub

Circle Economy’s Knowledge Hub has grown into an online library with thousands of practical examples of the circular economy in action. The most recent version of the Knowledge Hub allows everyone to add and edit their own circular economy examples directly onto the hub. Click here for more info.

2. Ellen MacArthur Foundation Learning Hub

The Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s website has endless content to help you learn about a circular economy. In particular, its Learning Hub offers fantastic interactive learning experiences which explore how the circular economy can be applied to different areas of the economy including food, fashion, plastics and cities. Click here for more information.

3. Zero Waste Scotland Circular Economy Accelerator

The Circular Economy Accelerator platform from Scotland’s circular economy experts is a great stop for businesses looking for an overview of the circular economy as well as practical guidance, case studies and inspiration. Click here for more information.

4. World Economic Forum

The World Economic Forum, which hosts the annual Davos climate change conference, has a full section on its website dedicated to articles and blog posts highlighting innovative circular economy stories and examples from around the world. Click here for more information.

For the full list click through to Circular Glasgow website.

This blogpost is republished from the Circular Glasgow website.


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