Circularity Gap report Norway
Circularity gap report Norway aims to analyse and evaluate how circular Norway is as a country. The report will establish a collective measurement for the Norwegian society as well as the Norwegian business industry. The report aims to measure the potential and possibilities Norway have and also the barriers and challenges Norway may face when it comes to circular economy. As a result we can implement actions plans to close the gap. The project creates opportunities for quantifiable improvements, which can form the foundation on preparation on relevant policy.
The project is organized to secure new organized processes where there is a local, Norwegian foundation with contribution from the private and public sector. The Gap Report method is developed by the foremost academic community in Europe, and this project also intent to engage the Norwegian academic community.
It is the organization Skift, Virke and Circular Norway that is behind this initiative. The study is led by the Circle Economy academic community, which has also conducted the Global Study, Global Circularity Gap Report since 2018.
Through continuous annual reports Norway can investigate whether the measures being implemented in the report will reduce the gap or whether new measures will be needed.