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Linear economy

A linear economy is a traditional model based on a 'take-make-consume-waste' approach to using resources.

The raw material is made into a product. After the product comes to the end of its life, it is thrown away. If this model is not replaced, the world will reach a point where it will lose the capacity to sustain itself.

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