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New books on the Circular Economy

Walter R. Stahel is proud to announce the following forthcoming publications on the Circular Economy, showing that a shift to a Circular Industrial Economy will open:

  • a potential to create local jobs of all skill levels, and to drastically reduce CO2 emissions, resource consumption and waste,
  • opportunities for innovations, for instance in processes and technologies to preserve the value of material stocks by recovering atoms and molecules, to replace the waste management strategy of recycling,

Pressure mounts on governments, Walter Stahel forthcoming book shows different options to implement circular economy

Bottom-up pressure mounts on governments to stop the GHG emissions causing global warming, and implement the only documented solution – The Circular Economy:

THE SOLUTION:

New manuscript on "Circular Economy for Beginners" seeking a wide audience

Geneva, 12th July 2018

A few days ago, Walter Stahel finished a short manuscript of 40 pages on Circular Economy for Beginners, which will be published in English end of September 2018 by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. It defines his position of what the Circular Economy is, and what it is not. Stahel’s intention is to give it a wide audience, not only to experts who speak English. He therefore encourages translation and publication of the manuscript as e-book in other languages through “ethical franchising”, a process used by Fritz Schumacher.

New Conferences page

Our website has now a new webpage providing a list of all conferences attended by Walter R. Stahel.

You can visit it by clicking here

Stahel has co-authored a case study in a report published by the UK Governement

The report ”From Waste to Resource Productivity” by the UK Government Chief Scientific Advisor has been published in December 2017. The report proper is 44 pages long; the report “Evidence and case studies” is 220 pages long - both are worth reading.

The report has been published on-line: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/from-waste-to-resource-productivity - a printed version is available from the Government Office for Science in London.