Chile’s Circular Economy Roadmap
Collaboration for a shared action plan towards a circular Chile by 2040
As governments and industries around the globe move towards a , it’s key to align ambitions and create a common direction of travel.
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s five universal circular economy policy goals aim to ensure the transition fosters innovation and decouples economic growth from the consumption of finite resources. The goals provide a blueprint for co-operation - to make them effective, we need to work together across the private and public sectors.
By recognising that the relevant policies are interconnected, we can avoid creating a patchwork of fragmented solutions, and by aligning nationally and internationally, we can reduce friction across borders and lower costs. Close co-operation also minimises the risk of individual policy measures remaining isolated in a wider, unchanged economic system that’s based on a linear ‘take-make-waste’ approach.
In 2021, we published our Universal Circular Economy Policy Goals: five key policy focus areas to develop, deploy and scale circular economy solutions across sectors and around the world.
These policies from around the world exemplify elements of the goals in practice.
To quote this paper, please use the following reference: Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Universal Circular Economy Policy Goals (2021).