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Our current linear economic system is broken, wasting resources and money.

With more than 9 billion people expected to dwell on the earth in 2030, the challenge of providing the required consumption levels while minimizing the environmental impact is an immense technological, economic, political and human challenge. The circular economic model offers to sever the link between economic growth and environmental impacts often stem from it, and offers a new industrial model. 

Microsoft looking for a sustainability science lead
Amsterdam is searching for preventative maintenance solutions to its quay walls and bridges
Circularize (Netherlands) is recruiting software people
Wasteaidis looking for three experienced & dynamic Project Managers to join their team in India, Vietnam or South Africa. Apply by 9.9.20
The European Environmental Bureau (EEB) is looking for a communications officer to help narrate the story of a better future where people and nature thrive together.
Apple is looking for Environmental Initiatives Program Manager

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