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Circular Carbon Economy

​​The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, during its Presidency of the G20, launched the Circular Carbon Economy concept, which was adopted by G20 countries as an integrated, comprehensive framework to address and greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions through four main strategies:
- Reduce
- Reuse
- Recycle
- Remove
These four strategies are in line with Saudi Vision 2030’s ambitious programs, which aim at achieving social transformation. 

From a Linear Carbon Economy:

​Production, burning, and retention Retention leads to:

Reducing the burning of hydrocarbons


Energy efficiency


Renewable Energy


Alternative clean Fuels

To a circular carbon Economy

Production and burning then reduction Reduction leads to:

Reusing  CO2 emissions​


Recycling carbon emissions to create new products


Removing carbon emissions from the atmosphere

N​ational Program of Circular Carbon Economy

The Kingdom has launched the Carbon Circular Economy National Program to draw a comprehensive roadmap, which includes technological localization and advancement through the implementation of the Carbon Circular Economy. The program is the result of joint efforts by different stakeholders that worked on developing and implementing mechanisms that cover all technical, administrative, engineering, and normative aspects in order to achieve the strategic objectives of sustainable social and economic growth, promote integrated climate-change solutions, and ensure global leadership in the field of circular carbon economy.​
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