The linear system (extract – manufacture – consume – throw away), on which our economy has been based since the industrial revolution, is at the end of its rope. The development model generates mostly harmful environmental, social, and economic externalities. We are resolutely dependent on materials that are becoming scarce. Our modes of production, consumption, and life are not sustainable. They draw on natural resources and have a strong impact on the environment, health, and the climate.
CIRIDD's actions aim to engage stakeholders in the appropriation and implementation of collective processes of change anchored territorially and based on cooperation models such as the circular economy, the functional economy, industrial and territorial ecology, biomimicry, eco-design, extending the lifespan of products, and innovation through use.
• A network of 18 partners and actors involved in the actions
• 50 members
• 4 annual newsletters intended for CIRIDD members
• Invitations to our events in preview