Organising for the Circular Ecnomy| Infographics for developing Circular Business Models

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Organising for the Circular Ecnomy| Infographics for developing Circular Business Models

  • Infographics belonging to the workbook ‘Organising for the Circular Economy: A workbook for developing Circular Business Models’ A special feature of the workbook ‘Organising for the Circular Economy: A workbook for developing Circular Business Models’ is a set of 31 infographics modelled on real Dutch cases. The aim of these infographics is to demonstrate how various parties collaborate in order to close a specific loop. Sometimes it concerns a large loop such as coffee, water or paper; sometimes relative small one’s such a citrus peels, boxer shorts. Sometimes it concerns loops made by people on the basis of ‘inert’ material, sometimes on the basis of biological. Some loops know a very period of use of just several days such as packing material some know a very long completion time such a as sheet glass. Despite their differences these loops have in common that involved parties show to be capable to close a particular loop.