The increase in extreme weather and rising sea levels are unmistakable signs of climate change. Roughly 850 million people still without access to electricity, which is the foundation of sustainable development.
Our solar programs encompass a broad range of material sourcing, trade financing and inventory management services to help customers become more profitable by optimizing working capital and increasing liquidity. How can we meet the growing demand for electricity while protecting our climate?
The Circular Material Hub brings together waste data and by-products from industries to businesses that desire waste and development to a high-value new product.
CMH supplies the knowledge needed to aid the transition towards circular materials and products and bridging with Eco Products databases platform. And also CMH supplies the Innovation article and the success cases to be a model for developing a circular economy.
The World Economic Forum’s Definition Of Circular Economy
“A circular economy is an industrial system that is restorative or regenerative by intention and design. It replaces the end-of-life concept with restoration, shifts towards the use of renewable energy, eliminates the use of toxic chemicals, which impair reuse and return to the biosphere, and aims for the elimination of waste through the superior design of materials, products, systems, and business models.”
Ellen McArthur Foundation’s Definition Of Circular Economy “Looking beyond the current take-make-dispose extractive industrial model, a circular economy aims to redefine growth, focusing on positive society-wide benefits. It entails gradually decoupling economic activity from the consumption of finite resources and designing waste out of the system. Underpinned by a transition to renewable energy sources, the circular model builds economic, natural, and social capital. It is based on three principles: design out waste and pollution; keep products and materials in use; regenerate natural systems.”