Introduction. The declaration of the sustainable development goals and the conclusion of the Paris agreement on climate change have radically changed the existing approaches to the use of natural resources, which has led to the formation of principles for the formation of safe and sustainable development of society. The linear model of the economy is exhausting its potential, necessitating the transition to a circular economy. A circular economy based on a systematic approach to the efficient use of end-of-life resources, products and materials is not discarded, but is recycled, repaired or reused through circular value-added chains.

The purpose of the article is to scientifically substantiate strategic priorities and means of realization of the road map of inclusive circular economy of Ukraine as one of models of the expanded variant of global circular economy.

Results. The connection between the goals of sustainable development and the possibil­ities of forming a circular environment in Ukraine for the period up to 2030, which are guide­lines for the development of projects and regulations to ensure a balanced economic, social and environmental dimensions of sustainable development of Ukraine. Emphasis is placed on solving the issue of consumption in the circular chain in the areas of local collection, creation of food hubs and outsourcing recycling. The role of extended responsibility for the acceptance of returned products and waste remaining after the use of such products of the manufacturer as a necessary element in the formation of the circular policy of Ukraine. The key barriers to the adaptation of the circular economic environment in Ukraine (lack of expert environment; weak legal framework; lack of legislation and lobbying by large companies; ignorance of the problems of waste sorting, circular economy), based on the myths and realities of the secondary raw ma­terials market Ukraine. The Road map of circular economy for introduction in Ukraine is devel­oped, with the allocated steps: definition of potential of the country in this branch; establishing the level of ambition in the coordinated activities of stakeholders and focusing on a common direction; identification of target industries with a focus on their capabilities; sectoral readiness for circular policy; priority and detail of opportunities; quantitative impact; identification of barri­ers; formation of institutional structure.

Ключові слова

global inclusive circular economy, circular gap, circularity, Road map of circular economy.

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