Find answers to key questions about why material tracking matters, how circularity is measured, and its connection to environmental sustainability.
Why is it important to track how materials are extracted, used and managed at end-of-life?
How do we track material flows in an economy?
What does it mean to take  a ‘consumption-based’ perspective?
How is the Circularity Metric calculated?
What data is used to calculate the Circularity Metric?
Do materials recycled abroad ‘count’ towards the Circularity Metric?
Why doesn’t the Circularity Metric include ecologically cycled biomass? 
Is 100% circularity possible?
How does the Circularity Metric differ from Eurostat’s Circularity Material Use Rate (CMUR)?
How do the results of the analysis link to national emission reduction targets?

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