This term refers to an economy capable of regenerating itself: what is normally destined to be discarded and dispersed in the environment is instead reused and valued.
The circular economy aims to increase economic and ecological efficiency. It is called “circular” because it opposes the typical linear model, which starts from the raw materials, leading to their transformation and disposal. A circular system, on the other hand, provides for the re-cycling of resources, with the ultimate aim of minimising waste.
From the perspective of the circular economy, it becomes essential not only to reduce waste, but also to exploit waste to create new value. From various points of view, agriculture is the perfect field to practice the circular economy, producing sustainable products from renewable sources:
According to the forecasts of the European Union, adopting measures related to the circular economy would allow European companies a total savings of about 600 billion euros each year, that is approximately 8% of total turnover. At the same time, total greenhouse gas emissions could be reduced by between 2% and 4%.
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