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Kosovo joins the global initiative to map perceptions of Circular Economy

Aug 3, 2021

Imagine Circularity in cooperation with Kosovalive has adapted the first global survey on circular economy in Albanian (You can join our study in English here: How do you imagine a Circular Economy? )

The “Circular Economy” is a new concept, which is increasingly used – and sometimes misused – by different organisations. There are various definitions of this concept, based on different visions and ideas, thus resulting in a variety of interpretations. In other words: the answer to what the Circular Economy is depends on who you ask; there is no single definition that is agreed upon by everyone.

With this survey, we aim to better understand how you perceive and view an economy that is “circular”, rather than linear. As such, the survey is not about right or wrong answers – it is about how you see it, not about your level of knowledge!

The main objectives of the survey initiative are:

  • To create a representative sample of one million people globally
  • To contribute to Circular literacy by improving people’s knowledge and understanding

Please be assured that this survey is entirely anonymous. Anything you answer will not be visible for others. All the data generated, and other resources used for the global survey initiative, follow the European Open Science policies as well as those of Utrecht University.

We thank you in advance for participating in this survey which will remain online till 15 January 2022. If you prefer taking the survey in a language other than English, please note that – and wait until – more language versions will become available throughout 2021 on the dedicated website, imagine-circularity.world. In addition, our growing network of partners will add customised versions with additional questions tailored to specific audiences.

Please contact Sören Bauer* for questions and partnership requests.

Best Regards,

Sören Bauer and Stuart Reigeluth
President and Vice-President REVOLVE Circular

Walter J.V. Vermeulen and Martin Calisto-Friant
Copernicus Institute of Sustainable Development, Faculty of Geosciences, Utrecht University

*Sören can be reached at soren(AT)revolve.media

You can join our study in English here: How do you imagine a Circular Economy? 

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