CELCSCenter for Extended Learning and Communications Services (Governors State University; University Park, IL)
CELCSCritical Error Linear Complexity Spectrum
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CELC aims to support a shift from unsustainable resource extraction towards a circular economy in which resource productivity is increased, items are designed to use less material, last longer, be reused or be repaired, pollutants and toxins are eliminated from the system and any generated waste becomes an input back into the system.
UNILEVER Canada Vice-President and General Counsel and CELC Co-chair, John Coyne stressed the need to radically transform current modes of production, distribution and disposal to enable a smarter, more productive cycle of productivity with both economic and environmental benefits.
Coyne said, The CELC can kickstart the critical mass of support needed across businesses, government and civil society to allow this economic transformation to occur.