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This presentation helps you to discover what is circular economy and what are the opportunities of this new model.

In a few slides, you can easily understand the issues on resources and the methods to improve materials, products or components value and life span.

This presentation helps you to discover what is circular economy and what are the opportunities of this new model.

In a few slides, you can easily understand the issues on resources and the methods to improve materials, products or components value and life span.

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The circular economy opportunities

  1. 1. www.circulab.com The opportunities of the circular economy
  2. 2. Our consumption of resources is reaching its limits.
  3. 3. In the world, We use an Eiffel Tower of metal every 3 minutes. Source : P. Bihouix & B. de Quillebon, Quel avenir pour les métaux ? Éditions Sciences Paris 2013.
  4. 4. An Olympic pool of cement is used every 15 seconds Source : PC Alcin & S. Mindness, Écostructures en béton, Comment diminuer l’emprunte carbone des bâtiments ? Eyrolles Paris 2013.
  5. 5. At this pace, all the world's beaches will be out of sand in less than 20 years.
  6. 6. Air pollution kills 6.5 million people and costs 6% of the world's GDP every year. Source : Bertrand Picard, Le compte à rebours a démarré, 27 novembre 2017
  7. 7. How long has our planet existed?
  8. 8. for 4.6 billion years Let’s say 46 years
  9. 9. When did humanity arrive? 4 hours ago for 4.6 billion years Let’s say 46 years
  10. 10. When did the industrial revolution begin? One minute ago for 4.6 billion years Let’s say 46 years
  11. 11. Do you know « the green economy ? »
  12. 12. always more expensive
  13. 13. depends on subsidies always more expensive
  14. 14. financed from taxes always more expensive depends on subsidies
  15. 15. It encourages to reduce the negative impacts,
  16. 16. to emit less pollution,
  17. 17. and to use less resources.
  18. 18. more fuel-efficient car Less oil consumed Longer travels (and pollution) thanks to the savings... But it does not compensate the bounce-back or take-back effect,
  19. 19. or the expansion of the occidental way of life
  20. 20. and the generation of waste…
  21. 21. This economy is still linear
  22. 22. and does not take into consideration the finiteness of the resources.
  23. 23. Janis Birkeland Professor of Sustainable Design « The view that negative impacts are an inevitable consequenceof developmenthas blinded us to the obvious. We could design development to increase the size, health and resilience of natural systems, while improvinghuman health and life quality.»
  24. 24. Doing less bad is not enough…
  25. 25. We need to do good!
  26. 26. We must change our ways of thinking and designing.
  27. 27. Waste doesn’t exist in the nature
  28. 28. Nature reuses each nutrient.
  29. 29. Why don’t we design like Nature? Produce Consume Re-introduce
  30. 30. By adopting a circular approach
  31. 31. where we tend towards the best, 100% Bad 100% Virtuous Doing better Doing less bad
  32. 32. where there is no waste, only raw materials,
  33. 33. where innovation is truly smart,
  34. 34. where we apply the principles of living beings.
  35. 35. www.circulab.co m "The waste issue is not something that comes after the fact. Collecting and recovering wasteis a public service. But designing upstream so that there is no waste is a much more commendable service to society. »
  36. 36. Henry Ford Great Today and Greater Future, 1926
  37. 37. « 80 % of impacts and costs of a product are defined at the design stage» European Comission : Ecodesign your future
  38. 38. economic creation of shared value New revenues The circular economy offers a great opportunity window.
  39. 39. resource optimisation decontamination environnementaleconomic creation of shared value New revenues The circular economy offers a great opportunity window.
  40. 40. relocation of activities social inclusion social resource optimisation decontamination environnemental The circular economy offers a great opportunity window. economic creation of shared value New revenues
  41. 41. www.circulab.com Paris • London • Milan • Madrid • Berlin • Luxembourg • Brussel • Geneve • Johannesburg • Lima • Buenos Aires • Perth • Amsterdam • Hongkong • Jakarta • Mexico +339 50 95 03 99 hello@circulab.com 37bis rue Lebour 93100 Montreuil FRANCE Design for regeneration

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