The 3 essential elements for the circular jobs of the future

May 1, 2020 by  
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Here’s what real benefits for workers and communities can look like, as laid out by Circle Economy.

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Now more than ever, it seems we can’t live without plastic

May 1, 2020 by  
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Companies and governments are working to minimize environmental harm of plastic packaging and products, but they face a nuanced reality.

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What Engie’s tax equity deal tells us about financing renewables

May 1, 2020 by  
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So far, money is still flowing into utility-scale deals but it’s harder to come by for residential, distributed solar, commercial and industrial, and community solar projects.

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How Water Reuse Makes Good Sense

November 10, 2010 by  
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The world is on a path to widespread water scarcity, with global business unfortunately leading the way. But there are ways to reverse the trend, and economic and environmental benefits for companies that take the plunge.

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Xerox Closes the Loop with Free Cartridge Recycling

November 10, 2010 by  
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Xerox has tapped an Australian company to help it collect and recycle customers’ used toner and ink cartridges.

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sleepy time rituals.

October 5, 2010 by  
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On a cool fall evening when the day is done and you’re settling into relaxation, consider adding a hot cup of tea to your nighttime rituals. Not only do decaffeinated herbal teas have many benefits for your health (for one, the polyphenols in tea are a natural digestion aid and will increase flow your natural juices used to digest!), but you’ll go to bed feeling warmer, making it less likely to crank that heat dial up before hitting the sack

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Green & Black Chocolate Goes Fairtrade in the USA

February 1, 2010 by  
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Image from the Guardian Green & Black chocolate, which has always been organic, is now going Fairtrade in the USA and the world by the end of the year. Great news for the Fairtrade farmers and for us, as ethical chocolate eaters

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