Why invest in circular economy?
We still live in a very linear economy, so companies focused on the circular economy will see strong growth for decades to come.
Bet on recycling
All countries and companies are committed to greater recycling and waste management. This is increasing the demand for services and products from companies focused on the circular economy.
Potential for companies
The increased demand for this new economic system represents a strong potential for companies focused on the circular economy.
How do we invest in circular economy?
We have selected the most relevant companies and investment vehicles worldwide to invest in the circular economy:
Una acción representa una parte alícuota del capital social de una empresa. El comprador se convierte en socio de la empresa, en el porcentaje acorde al número de acciones compradas.
Los ETFs (Exchange Trade Funds) son un tipo de fondo de inversión, que cotiza diariamente en el mercado y que generalmente tratan de replicar un índice bursátil, por ejemplo de un país o de un sector.
Un fondo de inversión es un vehículo de inversión que aglutina las aportaciones de distintos inversores para invertirlos en una cesta de empresas u otros activos.
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News about circular economy
The recycling and reuse of materials is an essential aspect on the way to minimizing the environmental impact and minimizing its consequences for the population. From this importance, the circular economy is born, which seeks to create processes that allow recycling as a way to reduce pollution. What companies stand out for their trajectory in this industry? Here are 5 of them highlighted.
The sustainable development goals continue to gain prominence as the effects of climate change are seen globally. One way to drive humanity towards these goals is recycling and the intelligent use of the circular economy, which allows certain elements to be used and reused to achieve their maximum potential while reducing the impact on the planet.
The circular economy is a model that arises in contrast to the 'linear economy', which has taken the exploitation of natural resources to the limit. In this sense, the circular economy adds to the efforts to promote sustainable development.