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Innovation Potential for a Circular Economy "Made in Israel"

Dr. Vered Blass, Dr. Nicole Stein
Israel Public Policy Institute, 2022
Level: beginner
Perspective: Ecological Economics
Topic: (De-)growth, Innovation & Technology, Microeconomics & Markets, Resources, Environment & Climate
Format: Blog & Press

The Commentary explains the circular value chain and innovation potential along it. Focusing on Israel, examples on how cross-industry collaboration can help supporting a successful positioning in a (Digital) Circular Economy are presented. This Commentary was first published in the framework of the European-Israeli Forum for Environment and Sustainability, a collaboration between the Israel Public Policy Institute (IPPI) and the Heinrich Böll Stiftung Tel Aviv.

Comment from our editors:

The text provides reflections and additions to the debate on the circular economy and illustrates them with reference to a case study of Israel. The very short piece can provide a basis for further exploration of the topic.

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