In some cases, shifting ownership could result in better performance at a better price.
The Phase 1 Toolkit is just that – a way to make the first steps towards your business applying circular economy thinking.
Light commercial vehicles account for USD 240 billion of the total annual market for vehicles on the road. How can businesses get extra mileage out of their material?
Can the advantages of re-design for a circular economy match the advantages of products designed for mass production based on low costs and economies of scale?
With 1.6 billion mobile phones produced in 2010, more phones are entering the market than there are consumers. How can businesses extract lasting value out of fashionable items?
An outline of specific sources of core economic value creation potential in the circular economy.
A key difference in establishing a synergistic relationship between ecological and economic systems.
The circular economy concept has deep-rooted origins and cannot be traced back to one single date or author. The general concept has been refined and developed by the following schools of thought, and each is a key driver for innovation.
A summary of some of the key terms use in the Business Toolkit.
When explaining why these new business models would not work, manufacturers typically cite a number of key concerns – here we respond based on our own analysis.
The first macroeconomic report series into the size of the prize for business in the transition to a circular economy
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