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1A low-carbon circular economy, meaning “eliminate waste and pollution, circulate products and materials (at their highest value) and regenerate nature”, we must shift from a “take-make-waste” mode towards a new way of thinking and acting.
2This means creating cartons that are fully made of renewable or recycled materials, that are responsibly sourced, thereby helping to protect and restore our planet's climate, resources and biodiversity; contributing towards carbon-neutral production and distribution; are convenient and safe, therefore helping to enable a resilient food system; and are fully recyclable.
3As per the definition of circular economy from EMF: "The circular economy gives us the tools to tackle climate change and biodiversity loss together, while addressing important social needs."