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Matrix-Q Circular Solutions

20
Feb

How information can bridge the collaboration gap between private and public sector on circular economy

CIRCULAR ECONOMY & THE LAW

L.D. Maldonado Fonken
CEO, R&D Lead

For entrepreneurial activities that are so close to government and internationally regulated environments, in particular, for our purpose, those related to edge social impact and positive impact in nature topics:

  • Climate change
  • Social Inclusion
  • Circular Economy
  • Animal welfare

How big is the gap entrepreneurs have, between their knowledge and awareness and factual process main topics of discussion taking place at government level.

For example, did you know the topics of discussion on circular economy, in the Netherlands Gov., since 2017 ? and which focus or main motions and questions related to circularity are being discussed today ?

How long has taken for the European union to learn, decide and implement decisions regarding circular economy. From enabling funding to creating information streams, gathering stake-holders on the topic and organizing working groups, new offices and brining in new teams with professionals specialized or researching on the topic.

How important is this information for entrepreneurs ?

Today i started discussion on relevance of access to precise, updated, information on policy change and development, and opportunities for the private sector to learn, communicate and collaborate with local (cities) and national goverment.

For cross-sectoral collaboration, where policy, private investment, innovation, entrepreneurship create an outcome that can be positive to nature, people and for economic growth; i think information and communication, easy to access and to understand, review, is necessary.

Considering the above, how many entrepreneurs launch ideas, projects or innovations, just based on mainstream information, without knowing how legal, policy or focus will change at national or local level by the government and if those changes are strategically relevant for the entrepreneurs.

I believe the same question applies for international organizations.

Entrepreneurship in the case of innovation for social impact, needs to be grounded and coordinated with the natural process of evolution of policy, culture mindset and changes that influence the market, capital and enable opportunities.