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How can the circular economy help to tackle climate change? Download our paper here: .
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Design out waste and pollution, keep products and materials in use, and regenerate natural systems. How do we apply these principles to food? Explore more here: .
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How do we inspire 20 million designers with the idea of the circular economy? will present at the inaugural day event on October 30th.
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80% of waste and pollution is the result of decisions made in the design phase. Members of our team speaking at the Circular Economy Day in China arranged as part of a collaboration between Tonji University and the Foundation.
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Circular Economy Day event during Pan-Tongji Design Week organised as part of a collaboration between Tongji University and the Foundation. What does the circular economy mean for China?
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Unhealthy food production makes healthy eating impossible. We need to source food grown regeneratively and locally where possible, to design and market healthier food products, and make the most of food we do produce.
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Oct 16
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Food initiative is working towards a food system, which reverses the effects of climate change, builds biodiversity, and designs out waste altogether.
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Oct 16
Changing our food system is one of the most impactful actions we can take to address climate change, create healthy cities, and rebuild biodiversity. Applying principles is a practical way to achieve our ambitions.
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Oct 15
Whether it’s from a factory, restaurant, or your own kitchen, some parts of food can’t be eaten. Instead of going to waste, it could be turned into valuable fertiliser that farmers can use.
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Oct 15
"The whole system needs to change" - participants of our From Linear to Circular workshop discuss their experiences of the programme.
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Oct 15
In a circular economy for food, we: source food grown regeneratively, and locally where appropriate; make the most of food; and design and market healthier food products.
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Oct 14
What do you learn and experience as part of the Foundation's From Linear to Circular programme for future pioneers?
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Oct 14
This award-winning project, led by Proctor & Gamble and facilitated by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, uses digital watermarks on packaging to help keep plastic in the economy and out of the environment. Find out more at
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Oct 14
São Paulo, a flagship city as part of the Foundation’s Food Initiative, has been recognised for its work in redistributing food at the Milan Urban Policy Food Pact Awards. The city partnered w. 300 charities, collected 170 tonnes of food with 120,000 people benefiting.
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Oct 14
This weekend, members of our team attended and engaged with students at PLAN’s Students for Zero Waste conference in Philadelphia. What is the circular economy and what can students do about it?
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Fashion for Good Oct 12
“The current economy model of take, make and waste is massively extractive. We get very little utility and we have seen a massive rise in disposability" - via
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Solvay Oct 12
Completing the picture looks beyond renewable energy to deliver a reduction of 9.3 Gt by 2050 -- the equivalent to the current emissions from all forms of transport globally.
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MovingBeans Oct 13
Worthwhile reading if you would like to know how can Circular Economy practices tackle climate change. Check it out Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
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Local Greens Oct 13
We must transform all the elements of the take-make-waste system: how we manage resources, how we make & use products, & what we do with the materials afterwards. Only then can we create a thriving economy that can benefit everyone within the limits of our planet.
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Solvay Oct 13
Businesses around the globe are waking up to the opportunity of the . But what is it? We support the charity , visit the new learning hub today to find this answer and more.
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