Shifting to a circular economy could cut the country's greenhouse gases by 44%, says The Ellen Macarthur Foundation

There is an awkward clash lying at the heart of India’s modernisation: between the brashness of an emergent consumerism that seems almost inherently wasteful, and the more traditional “make do and mend” culture, much closer to ideals of a circular economy, but associated with an austere, parsimonious rural lifestyle...

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