Resources - Asia's expect-ations must be reigned in

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August 28, 2015

WE KNOW all about the black economy — sometimes known as the shadow or underground economy. Then, there is the growing digital economy. And now, the circular economy — something else altogether.
   The circular economy involves changing the very basis of manufacturing, as we know it, to recycle material with the end aim of slowing likely depletion of natural resources in a world of growing consumerism.
   In time — and with the right level of Government and society acceptance — the circular economy could change the way we consume, the way we live and the way goods are made.
   In essence, the world has to accept “more from less”.