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Definition of circular economy in the carbon cycle

Circular economy in the carbon circle consists of producing 0 waste nor 0 GHG in order to increase Mother Nature’s capability to help forests, oceans, soil to absorb carbon from the atmosphere and to fight against people’s poverty all around the Globe.

In order to accomplish this goal of 0 waste and 0 GHG, Circular economy in the carbon cycle goal is to reduce natural resources consumption by recovery and waste transformation. This will also permit reducing GHG of product life since extraction to consuming using shorter transport route length.

Circular economy in carbon cycle increases the capacity of Nature to absorb carbon from the atmosphere by a better forest and field management, by the increase up to 40% of villages and cities canopy, by constructing commercial and industrial buildings in wood and by transforming forest debris into value-added products.

Finally, Circular Economy reduce GHG emissions from the atmosphere by reorganizing operations for the extraction of natural resources and the production of new products by using companies for the recovery and treatment of waste and gas emissions, while also relying on fundamental research.

Circular economy in carbon cycle will permit helping Nature to regenerate itself while fighting against people’s poverty because of residual materials recovery and processing, repair, maintenance, renovation and cleaning companies.

Circular Economy is a new global social project which aims to rebalance the carbon cycle while fighting impoverishment and building democratic and ecological civilization.

Its ambition is 0 waste, 0 GHG and 0 impoverishment.