Investing in Nature as the true engine of our economy: A 10-point Action Plan for a Circular Bioeconomy of Wellbeing

Marc Palahí, Mari Pantsar, Robert Costanza, Ida Kubiszewski, Janez Potočnik, Martin Stuchtey, Robert Nasi, Hunter Lovins, Enrico Giovannini, Lorenzo Fioramonti, Sandrine Dixson-Declève, Jacqueline McGlade, Kate Pickett, Richard Wilkinson, Jennifer Holmgren, Katherine Trebeck, Stewart Wallis, Michael Ramage, Göran Berndes, Festus Akinnifesi, Kristín Vala Ragnarsdóttir, Bart Muys, Georgy Safonov, Antonio Nobre, Carlos Nobre, Daniel Ibañez, Anders Wijkman, Jason Snape, Luc Bas.

The 10-Point Action Plan to catalyse a Circular Bioeconomy of Wellbeing is a call for collective and integrated action to global
leaders, investors, companies, scientists, governments, non governmental and intergovernmental organisations, funding agencies and society at large to put the world on a sustainable path.

The 10-Point Action Plan is guided by new scientific insights and breakthrough technologies from a number of disciplines and sectors. It is articulated around six transformative action points (1–6) and four enabling action points (7–10), which mutually reinforce each other and need to be implemented in an integrated manner.

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