Through good design we can make laptops that can be disassembled in less than two minutes to enable recovery of valuable components and materials. What principles need to be applied to make this work and what are the best examples in the market? How does this translate into real economic value for manufacturers and how does it work at scale?
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The first macroeconomic report series into the size of the prize for business in the transition to a circular economy
Film clips, publications, colour graphics, presentations…raw material for a range of educational activities.
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation aims to document the best circular economy case studies, to inform, inspire and stimulate research.
The core text. Describing the basic shift from sustainability as 'doing less harm', and focussing on 'me and consumerism' to one of 'doing good' and 'systems and citizenship'.