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Circular Economy Outline Icons Set – Product
from deck Circular Economy and Sustainability Diagrams (PPT Template)

Circular Economy Outline Icons Set – Product

Slide Content

The PowerPoint slide is titled "Circular Economy Outline Icons Set – Product" and it covers essential concepts intrinsic to the circular economy model, which is an alternative to a traditional linear economy (make, use, dispose) to keep resources in use for as long as possible. Key ideas such as "Circulating Products," "Use," "Distribution," "Production," "Make," "Minerals," "Growth," "Job," "Factory," "Systems," and "Materials" are featured. Each icon on the slide represents one of these concepts, visually translating abstract economic terms into a more digestible form.

Graphical Look

  • The slide background is divided diagonally between a white upper portion and a dark teal lower portion.
  • The title of the slide is placed at the top in a large, bold font with a blue text box background extending across the top of the slide.
  • Below the title, there's a series of line icons in two rows, each corresponding to various aspects of the circular economy.
  • In the dark teal section, there are three colored icons (orange, green, and blue) next to a white icon, all encircled and highlighted to show they are editable.
  • A circular teal-colored icon is prominently displayed at the bottom right, with a focus bubble surrounding it.
  • On the lower left, there is a text box with a hyperlink styled as a button, indicating additional icons and a website to visit.

The slide combines a clean and minimalist design with iconic representations to convey the principles of circular economy visually. The use of different areas with distinct colors helps to emphasize the editable nature of some icons.

Use Cases

  • To introduce the concept of a circular economy in an educational or training session.
  • In a business strategy presentation when proposing a shift towards more sustainable practices.
  • Within environmental-related proposals or discussions on resource efficiency and waste reduction.
  • At conferences or workshops focusing on sustainable development and eco-friendly business models.

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