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    The Circular Economy’s Role in Biodiversity Protection

    Dewick, Paul ORCID logoORCID: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-1176-2292 and Sarkis, Joseph (2023) The Circular Economy’s Role in Biodiversity Protection. Amplify, 36 (3). pp. 24-31. ISSN 2475-3718

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    Paul Dewick and Joseph Sarkis emphasize the important role the circular economy has in protecting biodiversity. They begin by presenting business strategies for circularity and extending these to consider biodiversity. CE business models draw attention to the importance of reducing waste and pollution, reusing and recycling materials, and regenerating natural systems. The models focus on the strategies of narrowing, slowing, closing, and regenerating/restoring and show how circularity can advance biodiversity protection. Dewick and Sarkis provide practice-oriented guidelines for implementing circular strategies and discuss how enabling factors like IT support, stakeholder engagement, and measurement are important for facilitating circular strategies that protect biodiversity.

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