From year to year, consumer awareness is increasing, and the concept of a circular economy, which assumes an increase in the efficiency of resource management, is being implemented in an increasing number of sectors.

In addition, the term “blue economy”, which assumes the use of marine and ocean resources to ensure sustainable economic development, is becoming more and more popular. The blue economy includes not only traditional activities such as fishing and transportation, but also getting energy from renewable marine sources.

The changing face of consumption, the increase in the activities of social organizations and the environment of political pressure have all led to many action plans for circular economy. This is linked to the huge public investment that often paves the way for private investment.

The European Green Deal plans to spend more than $1.1 trillion in sustainable investments by 2030

Similar infrastructure programs are to be implemented in the United States, Canada and Great Britain.

In addition to energy from alternative sources, recovery and reuse of raw materials, the trend of efficient use of resources is also part of the concept of sharing economy, which can already be found in many aspects of life, as well as in the form of products as a service (PAAS).

Due to the long-term trends and the multiplicity of sectors and sectors benefiting from the mentioned trends, we prefer to use investment funds and ETFs that deal with entities from industries such as: RES, energy storage, waste management, or companies that provide services and platforms thanks to which you can increase resource efficiency (leasing, leasing, etc.). ESG initiatives are also supported by the regulated certification of BNP Paribas, which participates in programs such as Reforest Action or Tara Ocean.

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