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The Circular Carbon Economy

The Circular Carbon Economy (CCE) model is a strategic framework that aligns with the broader principles of the circular economy to manage carbon emissions effectively. It integrates the following four strategic actions—reduce, reuse, recycle, and remove—to close the carbon loop while fostering planetary health and societal well-being:

Reduce: This strategy involves adopting energy-efficient technologies and transitioning to renewable and lower-carbon fuels, crucial for minimizing carbon emissions.

Reuse: Through electrification and leveraging both green and blue hydrogen, this approach redeploys energy resources, reducing dependency on non-renewable sources and extending the lifecycle of energy products.

Recycle: The use of bioenergy and carbon capture and utilization technologies turns carbon waste streams into valuable resources, embodying the circular economy’s principle of keeping materials in use.

Remove: By enhancing natural carbon sinks and employing technologies such as direct air capture, this action removes excess CO2 from the atmosphere, crucial for restoring ecological balance.

The Circular Carbon Economy model promotes a sustainable economic structure that benefits the environment and supports global communities by reducing waste and resource consumption, mitigating climate change, and encouraging economic resilience.

Source: KAPSARC

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