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European Commission 🇪🇺 Aug 11
500,000 tonnes of EU plastic waste end up in the sea every year. Building on our , we're tackling 10 single-use plastic products and fishing gear that account for 70% of the marine litter in Europe. We can only solve this urgent issue together.
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Aug 9
If we want an economy that works, we need to change our economic system to design out waste & pollution, keep materials in high-value use, and regenerate natural systems.
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SGR Green Aug 12
Wonderful depiction of the practices required for a .
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Natalie Bennett Aug 15
Just making things "recyclable" doesn't mean they are going to be recycled - we need a and vastly less resource use. This fragile planet can't take more waste.
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 Aug 8
🌊 We need this kind of for the planet: This disposable bag looks and feels like — but it dissolves in water. After use, it does not harm the environment. You can even drink the water.
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Dr. Kash Sirinanda Aug 15
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UK Green Building Council Aug 8
92% of the time, the cars we own are parked, but 50% of our city land is taken up by driving infrastructure. What if we designed cities to move people, not cars? Via , supporters of our programme.
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European Copper Aug 16
A modern world will need more . Fortunately, copper’s infinite life cycle means it can be recycled to meet future demand again..and again…again,,
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Matti Lievonen Aug 15
Happy to share the story of our journey from a regional player to a global leader in ! More in Wall Street Journal article!
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. 18h
Entocycle are building the world's first ever fully automated insect protein factory, fed on food waste and active right in the heart of London.
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EU Environment 23h
Interested in and circular, sustainable products? Then join us, and other interesting speakers at the ''EU Circular Businesses'' conference in Brussels on 26 September! Find out more and register here ➡️
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Aug 8
Today’s economy is massively wasteful. Most of the materials we use, we lose, the things we make are consistently under-utilised, and our efforts to fix it treat the symptoms, not the cause.
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Exeter Centre for Circular Economy Aug 13
International Symposium presentations available here
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Danilo Diaz Aug 15
I am the CEO/Founder at HSESYNERGY a company focused at sustainable development and we are proud to have been selected into top 100 highest potential startups in Europe We're fundraising and willing to share equity
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Aug 8
What if reuse and remanufacturing of devices and certain components was built into the design of your mobile phone and into the terms of your buying or leasing it?
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. 13h
Once you understand that the economy is designed, and not some naturally occurring phenomena, then you realise that it can of course be redesigned.
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Netherlands Embassy 🇺🇸 Aug 14
The has the ambition to become a fully by 2050. Building roads out of plastic waste is another step towards meeting this goal (video via ).
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Alexander Verbeek 🌍 Aug 8
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Giulio Bonazzi 22h
In our new facility in Phoenix, AZ, old carpets are transformed into a precious raw material. This valuable resource is sent to our plant in Slovenia to be turned into regenerated nylon. Some see trash. Others see treasure.
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AgroCycle Aug 16
in discussion in the boardroom. These are being consulted in regard to the AgroCycle project. ✊🏻 🌍
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