With worldwide disruption heightened by the Russia-Ukraine war, your supply chain is stressed more than ever. One source of stress is the limited availability of certain critical materials, both in quantity and in the limited locations that they are found. The limited availability of key materials is such a significant concern that the U.S. Government recently updated its list of critical raw materials to 50 items.
How can we reduce dependence on these critical raw materials? By embracing the transition to a circular economy. This approach can increase your resilience, reduce your vulnerability to price volatility and lower your carbon footprint.
Join us on May 25 for an insightful discussion about what the circular economy is and how you can use it to your advantage. We’ll also look at the Circular Transition Indicators (CTI) framework, developed with WBCSD and Circular IQ, and how it can support you as you move forward.