Linking circularity metrics at product and society level (LinCS) Final report. ISBN 978-91-620-6971-1. Dela Kontakt Lyssna Sidor165Utgiven2021-05ISBN 978-91-620-6971-1Författare Patricia van Loon, Saamet Ekici, Steve Harris, Michael Martin, Sjoerd Herlaar, Tomas Rydberg, Derek Diener and Marcus Linder. Ladda ner (pdf 4,1 MB) The European Commission has adopted the Circular Economy Package to stimulate Europe’s transition towards a circular economy. Through reusing, remanufacturing, and recycling of products and thereby closing the loop of product lifecycles, it will bring our society both environmental and economic benefits fostering a sustainable economic growth. A three-year research project called LinCS had as aim to understand the conditions needed for a circular model to be sustainable, both at micro as well as macro level (including rebound effects). After an extensive literature review, ten different case studies were conducted in which the environmental, economic, and circularity performance of a product in a linear and circular business model were quantified. Macro-economic modelling was then performed to assess potential secondary effects and explore the benefit for Sweden when transitioning towards a circular economy. Policy implications following from the project are outlined.