A regional circular economy doesn’t just arise, but is made. This is demonstrated by examples such as Energy Valley, Brightlands Chemelot and the French Bioeconomy Cluster. These and other examples show which building blocks (insights, methods, forms of work) can contribute to a regional circular development. This report identifies seven building blocks. These are: shared strategy, open arena, adequate implementation organization, full knowledge function, innovative business models, vibrant network and the use of Living Labs.
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