Circular Economy Asia
Your implementation experts
We have Asia covered
A region made up of 24 countries, more than half of the world’s population, the engine room of the world.
We’re working on establishing a globally recognised circular economy foundation course that provides you with the basic concepts to further develop skills specific to the circular economy and sustainability.
If you’re a subject matter expert or someone who just wants to be part of this project, visit the Skills page and register your interest.
The first General Meeting to co-create a global foundation course for the circular economy. This meeting introduces Ms Adrienna Zsakay, CEO of Circular Economy Asia and her motivations behind the Circular Economy Global Foundation Course. Or you may have questions on practical issues such as team-building, course construction, delivery, who is eligible to access the finished course content etc.
This event will be relaxed, with plenty of opportunities to network with each other. To register for this event, just visit the Hopin platform “1st Meeting – Circular Economy Global Foundation Course“
The Circular Rs & Resource Management
Check out our latest infographic – how our natural resources are the source of everything we buy and use.
Learn about the Circular Rs – download the infographic or visit the Circular Rs page.
What we do
Circular Supply Chains
Supply chains are the arteries of the Circular Rs, ensure Waste-as-a-Resource functions and must become resource-efficient.
Skills for the Future
We are developing a number of skills training courses to equip people to be part of a circular and sustainable world.
Circular Asia Magazine
Circular Asia magazine is the go-to publication on the circular economy. Published every month, 12 editions per year we cover topics related to the development and implementation of the circular economy with a readership aimed at C-Suite, policy and decision-makers, NGOs and government agencies across the Asian region.
We Are Full of Ideas
Confused about the circular economy? It’s simple. It’s about resource efficiency and resource management because we live in a finite world.
It starts with how we take or extract the natural resources, then design, manufacture and dispose of the products we buy and the services we use. We have the technology, the knowledge and capability to recover the resources we consume. Once recovered several options are available – any one of the Circular Rs or reprocessing. This is beyond recycling! This is the circular economy.