How Circular Economies Fight Poverty - BORGEN
Ecosystems, like our modern economies, are webs of transactions that depend on natural resources and a balance between supply and demand. Modern circular economies are designed to mimic these natural cycles. Through circular design, resources are recycled and used more efficiently, leading to dramatic reductions in waste and energy loss. Circular economies fight poverty by cleaning up the environment and creating more economic opportunities in developing countries. They also make businesses more sustainable and profitable.