Themis Ecosystem tackles the Gaia hypothesis and circular economy, making them perfectly usable

We all know that the future lies in sustainable resources, the extension of the life cycle of materials, and consequently the reduction of waste. This is nicely described by the so-called Circular economy theory.

On the other hand, everything is connected. What happens on one side of the planet, affects all life around the globe. One of the concepts that deal with that idea is the Gaia hypothesis.

These two concepts together give us an idea of not only the seriousness of the problem but the urgency of finding the solution as well.

The driving force of the sustainable development: Circular economy and Gaia hypothesis

The circular economy is a model of production and consumption. It involves sharing, reusing, refurbishing, recycling, and other forms of prolonged usage of existing materials and products for as long as possible.


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