The Circular Coalition is a group of seven local companies and institutions from different sectors, including trade, construction & real estate and (government) service. The aim is to help the transition to a circular economy. The organizations that make up the coalition are examining what a circular economy would look like in The Hague by developing initiatives on a local scale.
From 2019 onwards the coalition aims to develop initiatives that contribute to a circular The Hague and are run by multiple organizations. These coorperations between will bring together local businesses and start-ups, with the goal to reduce the use of resources.
Decent Work and Economic Growth: New circular business models are a major potential source of increased resource effectiveness and efficiency, waste valorisation and green jobs.
Responsible Consumption and Production: Circular economy practices are all about decoupling economic activity from resource use and associated environmental and social impacts.
Climate Action: The production of new materials comprises a significant portion of global greenhouse gas emissions. By employing circular principles waste can be avoided andCO2 emissions decreased.