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Platform for Accelerating the Circular Economy

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Platform for Accelerating the Circular Economy



The circular economy transition requires leadership through the entire economy, including governments, business, and civil society. PACE convenes a global leadership group committed to advancing this transition and working together to overcome specific barriers to progress.


PACE catalyzes projects and supports affiliated partner led projects to scale-up circular economy action on plastics, electronics, food & bioeconomy and business model and market transformation. Active projects are already underway in China, Africa, ASEAN and Europe.


PACE will capture learnings from projects and translate into replicable frameworks and approaches. Additionally we will leverage knowledge of our members and networks, and disseminate learnings to relevant stakeholders to drive scale.

Accelerating and driving change

“The transition towards a circular economy is estimated to represent a $4.5 trillion global growth opportunity by 2030 while helping to restore our natural systems. We have all made progress in advancing this transition, yet we remain frustrated and challenged by the slow pace and scale of change to date. For this reason we have launched this platform to foster leadership and more action-based collaborative projects.”

Frans Van Houten

Naoko Ishii
CEO & Chairperson, GEF