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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Sep 17
In Europe, the average car is parked 92% of the time, but 50% of our cities land is dedicated to streets, parking lots, driveways, street signs and service stations. What if we designed our cities to move people, not cars?
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Karmenu Vella 10h
With the EU waste rules recently adopted by & , Europe can become the global front-runner for modern waste management and further develop its . The is there to help Member States
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. 14h
What's the goal? Are we trying to use less, to buy ourselves time, or do we want to fundamentally rethink the way we use our resources to create an economy that works long-term?
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Prof. Judi Wakhungu EGH 17h
Wishing you a prosperous week, & on this “My little thing is banning single-use plastics & promoting circular economy globally.”
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ARA Sep 20
“the EPR does not only include the responsibility to pay but also other responsibilities such as operational issues” - Ursula Denison
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Intesa Sanpaolo 12h
Intesa Sanpaolo and launch the first Lab, that will be based in Milan at . Intesa Sanpaolo launches a credit ceiling of up to 5 billion euro for the most innovative circular economy businesses
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Netherlands Embassy 🇺🇸 Sep 19
The Netherlands is moving ever closer to an economic system that focuses on the re-usablity of products, minimizing wasted energy and resources. (via )
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David Hughes Sep 21
Minister & commit to eliminate single-use plastics from govt. This is what bold leadership looks like in a Won’t be easy but much needed. Hope others follow this lead. Check out
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Levenseat Sep 17
Excited to announce that we made it through to the finals of Scottish Resources Awards – Best Circular Economy Initiative Award for our LEV-CO Blocks (concrete blocks made from recycled street sweepings) Congratulations to our fellow nominees
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♻️🌍 Cleanlyer.org 🏝️🏕️ Sep 23
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Vincenzo Gente 11h
Have a look at the new report on the implementation of EU legislation an find out actions that can reap the environmental and economic benefits of the .
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. 3h
China is recognised both as a large greenhouse gas emitter, and as a leader in policy that limits its negative effects. Our research finds that the could cut emissions by 23% by 2040, while making cities more liveable for people.
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Bernadette McCabe 21h
Nice case story from @IEABioenergytask 37. The installation of this / plant in the UK introduced a diversification which forms an integral part of the whole farm management system.
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Julia Affolderbach 10h
Impressed by the profiles of the 15 early career researchers and to see so many people from industry, government and community organisations at today's workshop. Interested in the ? Keep an eye out for their work at .
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Circular Driven Economy 2018 Sep 19
The end of a hugely busy second day for our delegates, who got to witness the process of C&D waste material being made into recycled aggregate products ready for market.
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Chris Morrell 14h
A circular – a – is regenerative by design, and is based around three principles: no waste, no obsolescence, and regeneration of natural systems. Sounds great, but the challenges are huge. So, where to begin?
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Eleonora Rosca Sep 23
Out of all the items that you see in this picture, only four were loose/had no plastic. , don't you think it's absolutely shocking that all this plastic is not recyclable and will end up in the landfill or a turtle's stomach?
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Dr. Kash Sirinanda 5h
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EU Environment 13h
NEW: reviews implementation of EU waste rules and proposes actions to help 14 Member States meet their recycling targets ♻️
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Sitra 8h
Organisations are decoupling growth from scarce resources and developing revenue streams that add customer value with circular business models. Are you adopting a business model? Enter 2019 for a chance to win
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