Record nummer 2196865
Titel Potential effects of circular economy policies in the EU and the Netherlands on developing countries : workshop report
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Paul Lucas, Tom Kram and Aldert Hanemaaijer
Auteur(s) Lucas, Paul ; Kram, Tom ; Hanemaaijer, Aldert
Uitgever The Hague : PBL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency
Jaar van uitgave 2016
Pagina's 1 online resource (PDF, 14 pages) illustrations
Annotatie(s) PBL publication number: 2550
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Trefwoorden (cab) overheidsbeleid / biobased economy / economische systemen / economisch beleid / europese unie / kringlopen / economie
Rubrieken Overheidsbeleid / Economie (algemeen)
Publicatie type Boek
Taal Engels
Toelichting In recent years, the circular economy has gained policy momentum, both in the European Union and in the Netherlands. Recognising there could well be issues with existing and emerging policy goals and ambitions, policy coherence requires attention in the development of circular economy strategies in order to minimise contradictions and build synergies to benefit developing countries and increase the effectiveness of development cooperation. The interlinkages and integrated nature of the SDGs accentuate synergies and hint at trade - offs between different themes and sectors, different actors (such as governments, business and NGOs) and different scales (subnati onal, national, regional (e.g. EU) and international). However, current knowledge on these interlinkages and, especially, the potential effects of cir cular economy policies on developing countries is scarce, and is not addressed in the EU action plan on the circular economy Closing the Loop , in the Dutch Waste to Resource programme . In that context, the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs has requested P BL Netherlands Environmental Assessment Agency to provide insights into the potential effects of circular economy policies in the EU and the Netherlands on developing countries. This question was addressed in a workshop with Dutch experts in the field of c ircular economy and development cooperation, held on 17 May 2016. This reports reflects the outcomes of that workshop.
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