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UNEP FI 9h
Listen in to UNEP FI's Liesel Van Ast on the Ellen MacArthur Foundation's weekly circular economy show. Broadcasting Tuesday 27 October at 1pm CET here on Twitter! Set your reminder now.
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We are happy to announce as a Partner of the Foundation. We will be working with the group to transition to a prosperous and resilient that benefits society, businesses and the environment
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At the 4th Annual (Online) Good Food Summit on October 28-29, the Foundation's Emma Chow will discuss for food, and how it can help safeguard biodiversity, promote human health, and stabilise our climate.
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Another positive step in raising the ambition level and commitment in the business sector
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Our founder has contributed a chapter about the to a new book,"The Harmony Debates: Exploring a Practical Philosophy for a Sustainable Future", where she details the personal journey that prompted her to redirect her focus
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Great to see that , one of our network members and profiled universities, plans to embed themes across its education and research programmes.
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In tomorrow's episode of our circular economy show, we will dig into the topic of finance a little deeper and explore actions that the financial services sector, businesses and policymakers can take to further scale financing for the .
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 23
The provides solutions that can be scaled, at speed, to tackle the issues people really care about, such as climate change and biodiversity loss. Join our CEO at the on November 11th
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 23
By reconnecting communities with local food production and changing the way we grow food, design food products, and handle by-products and waste, we can create a for food that provides five key benefits for society and the environment.
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 23
In our newest podcast episode, we are talking to 's and the Deputy Mayor of Umeå, Janet Ågren, about how cities are measuring their progress towards a , and the different drivers and obstacles they have to deal with.
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 22
"To get the industry moving in the right direction, collaboration is crucial. Everyone needs to work together, share learnings and best practice. The has been a huge collaborative effort," - says the Foundation's Rose Ely
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 22
"Jeans are truly iconic, but they're also incredibly complex from the design / material point of view. The is a starting point to expand the thinking to other garments in the fashion industry," - from the Foundation's Chiara Catgiu
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 22
"In a for fashion, products are used more and are made to be made again from safe, renewable or recycled materials," - says the Foundation's Chiara Catgiu
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 22
The Jeans Redesign project
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 22
Don't forget to join the episode 2 of our Fashion Show today (October 22nd) at 12PM GMT+1 to hear about the , and learn more about how these circular jeans came to life
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 22
The City of Milan is setting a global trend - the for food. With the help of local, national & European partners, the city is reshaping its food panorama to reduce waste, source food grown regeneratively & empower local communities
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 21
Relive the and hear from business leaders why the is more relevant than ever, how it can help tackle the global challenges we face, such as climate change & biodiversity loss, and the opportunity it represents for better growth
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 21
Fiscal incentives are powerful levers that can accelerate the uptake of the . Our partner, the City of Milan, has used fiscal incentives & public procurement to promote food grown regeneratively, reduce waste, and empower local communities
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 21
Regeneratively and locally grown food is key to the transition to a for food. Did you know that the city of São Paulo sources regeneratively grown food to distribute more than 2.5M meals a day to local school canteens?
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Ellen MacArthur Foundation Oct 21
In a recent article, explains why for policymakers there should be no doubts about the European Green Deal and post-Covid-19 prosperity being two sides of the same coin, with no flipping required.
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