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Anthropogenic Circularity

A section of International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health (ISSN 1660-4601).

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Anthropogenic circularity covers the whole material flow from forward logistics to reverse logistics. Anthropogenic circularity science seeks to create a closed-loop material flow typically linking green chemistry, the supply chain, and industrial ecology at different scales. Anthropogenic circularity is defined as the combination of the biogeochemical cycle and anthropogenic recycling, which is the fundamental rule to uncover the circular economy for the sustainable development.


  • circular economy
  • material flow analysis
  • urban mining
  • recycling
  • waste management
  • supply chain
  • industrial ecology
  • technosphere

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