Circular economy: demand crucial

Policy measures promote purchasing decisions in line with the circular economy most effectively if they take into account factors influencing the individual behavior of consumers. Therefore, measures such as economic incentives (tax breaks or subsidies), avoiding greenwashing, or strengthening emotional attachment to products should be explored. This is what the European Environment Agency (EEA) proposes in its briefing “Enabling consumer choices for a circular economy” published yesterday.

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