Circular economy: German strategy coming in 2024

The German Federal Ministry for the Environment is working on cornerstones for a national circular economy strategy and intends to have them adopted by the cabinet in 2024. After coordination within the federal government, a dialog with science and social stakeholders is to begin in spring 2023, as Federal Environment Minister Steffi Lemke announced last week (Europe.Table reported). Yesterday, Susanne Lottermoser, Head of Department T (Transformation – Digitalization, Circular Economy, Climate Adaptation), newly established in April, spoke about a rough orientation.

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