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From Ambition to Action – RLG is proud to have contributed to the "Circular Economy Roadmap for Germany.

May 11, 2021

RLG is proud to have contributed to the "Circular Economy Roadmap for Germany" as part of the Circular Economy Initiative Germany (CEID), which is available (in German). The roadmap offers an overarching narrative that can unite economic and environmental policy and thus contribute significantly to achieving the goals of the European Green Deal.  

RLG is a founding member of the Circular Economy Initiative Germany, which aims to develop a joint target vision and a concrete plan on how the transformation towards a Circular Economy in Germany could be fostered. The initiative aims to bring together economic, scientific, and societal stakeholders and serves as a basis for deriving policy recommendations and options summarized in the Circular Economy Roadmap for Germany.  

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