The Paris Region faced with the challenge of the circular economy

Note rapide Economy, #25

29 May 2019ContactThomas Hemmerdinger, Cristina Lopez, Martial Vialleix, Florian Lacombe

For local areas or territories, the development of the circular economy is less of an environmental challenge than an economic imperative and, more generally, a matter of resilience. This is particularly true in the case of the Paris Region (known as Île-de-France), a world-class metropolis which imports almost all its resources. Thus, the Paris Region’s regional waste prevention and management plan commits the region to creating the dynamics of a circular economy in order to limit the consumption and wastage of resources.

This study is linked to the following themes :
Economy | Environment