This could be our greatest opportunity to repair the functioning of the global system
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7 pillars of the circular economy
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Municipal recyclers say there is no demand for recycled glass. Glass processing companies say they can’t get enough.
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Piecing together the shattered economics of glass recycling
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If you read our insights regularly, these three revelations won’t necessarily be a news flash:
Adidas and the mainstreaming of the circular economy
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The manufacturing giants talked creating jobs and cutting supply chain waste at the GreenBiz 17 conference in Phoenix.
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GM, Steelcase see a web of opportunity in the circular economy
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China is playing a leading role in the corporate clean energy landscape, with almost the double number of U.S. companies in latest rankings .
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In a bid to reduce food waste, two major industry associations have released new guidance to clarify food expiration dates.
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Agriculture contributes to a quarter of the climate crisis. Here is how to replenish the soil, nature’s regenerative capital.
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3 circular principles for healthy agriculture
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Four agricultural strategies that could help save Europe’s agriculture and generate 320 billion Euro.
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Cultivating a regenerative food system
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Forty companies from Amcor to Veolia have pledged to recycle 70 percent of plastics. What’s good for the oceans is also good for business.
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In just a few short years, the circular economy has gone from a movement to a market. Here’s how large and legacy companies are approaching the transition. What is Nike doing to reuse materials? How is Google, whose products are by-in-large digital, getting involved in the circular economy? Kate Brandt, Cyrus Wadia and Ellen MacArthur sat down at VERGE 16 to discuss.