A circular economy seeks to rebuild capital, whether this is financial, manufactured, human, social or natural. This ensures enhanced flows of goods and services. The system diagram illustrates the continuous flow of technical and biological mater…
The Foundation releases a new report on the economic opportunity for the consumer goods sector.
The depletion of the world’s natural resources is linked with the generation of an increasing quantity of unwanted by-products, among which domestic and industrial waste…
The closed loop model is a biomimetic (life-imitating) approach, a school of thought that takes nature as an example and considers that our systems should work like organisms, processing nutrients that can be fed back into the cycle – hence …
The European Commission Online Resource Efficiency Platform: “Circular Economy 100 Programme launched to form innovative global business alliance”
The BBC’s Roger Harrabin asks ‘Should we be owning our washing machines?’
Janez Potočnik: “the potential of moving towards a truly circular economy – where materials are used again and again instead of going on a one-way trip – is truly phenomenal”
Dax Lovegrove, head of business and industry for WWF UK, writes on how we can learn from new business models.
The first macroeconomic report series into the size of the prize for business in the transition to a circular economy
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