Well familiar with the circular economy. Believe it or not, this set of theories tends to utilize the same structures that have actually hindered economic prosperity.
Ours is an applied form of regenerative economics, where we actually build alternatives, including how capital is structured, currencies are created, and perhaps more importantly, how new assets are developed. Hence the process of regenerating value.
Here is a recent example of a Smart Ecology, one of a few new ventures — this one out of Missouri — that has developed a revolutionary way of securing food production and distribution. The ancillary benefits are also quite fascinating, everything from mineral-rich water production, energy storage and reuse (a microgrid), as well as soil regeneration.