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Article: Implementing the circular economy at Renault

By Jean-Philippe HERMINE

Director of Environment Plan, Renault




The circular economy is often seen as a solution for the future that needs to be fleshed out and put into practice in business and countries. It forces firms in the automobile industry to adopt a different, global view of each job-related process. It also deeply modifies relations by boosting cooperative projects and partnerships with a variety of stakeholders, including start-ups. As Renault has observed, the circular economy already figures in some business models. It is going to be rapidly deployed in Europe under pressure from new economic, even geostrategic, factors. Thanks to France’s support of the Institute of the Circular Economy and its partnership with the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, Renault is already contributing to the circular economy and will do so even more in the coming years.

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