Foundation proposes innovative approach to creating the circular economy, phosphorous emission-free society

STOCKHOLM APRIL 7th.  Last month, the foundation together with a consortium of scientists and sustainability practitioners, including The Natural Step and The  Stockholm Environmental Institute, submitted  a project proposal to study Gotland as a Sweden in miniature, as a place to create the circular economy, emission-fee island. The work is based upon the foundation’s innovative flexible fee mechanism and work done by the Swedish consulting company TEKNIKMARKNAD AB on green technology.

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A new economic paradigm, Flexible emission fees, National economy, Natural resources and economy, Waste is a resource in an effective economy

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