To ensure that in 2050 everyone has enough to eat and can buy the goods they need, like clothing and electrical devices, our economy needs to become circular. In a circular economy there is no waste. That’s because products are better designed and materials are reused as much as possible. To achieve this, the Government-wide programme for a Circular Economy was launched in September 2016.
Breakthrough in combating plastic soup
12-03-2018 | 10:20
In order to force a breakthrough, after many years, in the struggle against plastic soup, State Secretary for Infrastructure...
More collaboration with China to sustainabilise the economy
15-09-2017 | 09:09
The further sustainabilisation of the economy calls for knowledge sharing and close collaboration between the government...
More than 180 signatories for the National Raw Materials Agreement
25-01-2017 | 14:00
In order to ensure a sufficient supply of raw materials in the future to meet the increasing demand for products, we need a...