Circular economy

The circular economy is set as a strategic objective on European level. The European Commission's circular economy action plan proposes to rethink EU policy by introducing changes in the stages of the product life cycle: design - production - consumption - waste management - and recycling of the materials. The transition to a circular economy is one of the EU's main priorities and with a view to achieving the UN Sustainable Development Goals.
The circular process strives for low environmental impact by limiting waste and overuse of resources, by turning goods into resources for other goods after the end of their life, secondary production, recycling, waste reduction and other practices. In other words, the circular economy is striving for renewability.


Questionnaire category CIRCULAR ECONOMY

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The European Green Pact, or still known as the European Green Deal, is:

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Green economy is:

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“Green entrepreneurship” is:

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Agrotourism is:

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The Commitment to overcoming gender disparities is set up in:

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Urban agriculture is:

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The social aspects of the rural innovations narrow down to:

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The objectives of the EU Food Policy include:

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Through Agro-ecology, the farmer ensures:

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Food waste is a problem because:

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Marketing and communications

Nowadays, the marketing concept studies the consumer’s needs and desires as a leading unit. It focuses on the market provision of products and services which comply with these needs and desires to the greatest extent. Marketing starts with the identification of the consumer’s needs, it’s summarizing and continues with the adaptation of the respective final product. After its adaptation and only under the condition that the above mentioned activities are fully executed, the product or the service is ready to be placed on the market.

The Digitalisation is a process that is being noticed for much of our lives and work, and more and more farmers are abandoning with this process, as these technologies become increasingly part of their daily work. New opportunities for the creations of networks of producers, new markets and organizations create new opportunities in the agricultural sector, but on the other hand, they are connected with a lot of fears of different public organizations, as an example with that, that the digitalization can made industrialization even more extensive in agriculture and the dominance of bigger concerns.