A potential consumption time bomb will lead to inevitable resource constraints. Around 3 billion people are expected to join the ranks of the middle class by 2025.

The world is witnessing this revolution as we are progressively moving from linear economy (take – make – dispose) towards circular economy and continuous cycles. The forecast is considerable: by adopting a more restorative approach, the estimate of materials cost savings is over US$ 1 trillion per annum by 2025 (McKinsey report, Davos 2014).

The concept of Circular Economy will generate growth from resource constraints, engaging in sustainable restorative living for humans, in a non toxic environments with creation of positive impacts according to Cradle to Cradle® principles.

Circular Economy has become a very concrete revolution, which is embraced by literally all stakeholders: from small local companies up to China or the European Union, both having Circular Economy as an essential pillar of sustainable developments to come, written in their constitution.