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Sustainability Illustrated Jul 3
How to move from our current economy to a ? Answers & examples in this whiteboard animation:
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Ellen MacArthur Jul 7
Waste and pollution do not happen by accident - they’re a result of the way we design things. If we can change our mindset to view waste as a design flaw, and embrace new materials and technologies, we can ensure that waste is not created in the first place.
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Jul 3
The current - linear - economic system is no longer working for businesses, people or the environment: we take resources from the ground to make products, which we use and, when we no longer want them, throw them away. Take-make-waste. What if we designed a ?
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Nordic Circular Hotspot #BuildBackCircular Jul 9
The Government adopted a national strategy for a . “A circular economy is smarter, much better for the environment & also allows us to create opportunities for many new jobs & sustainable business”— 🇸🇪
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eLoop llc - An #ITAD #ewaste recycling company Jul 5
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. 22h
Did you know that waste and pollution are largely a result of the way we design things?
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EU Environment Jul 3
🟧🟩🟦🟥🟪⚓️Traded waste may benefit our economy, but sometimes at the cost of our health & environment 🛢️ Help us review the 🇪🇺 Waste Shipment Regulation & better align it to the Deadline soon ⏳ tell us by 30 July! 👉
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Emma Tamlin Jul 9
How do we tackle climate change using a ? It relies on 3 principles: designing out waste, keeping materials in use & regenerating natural systems. shares how these principles apply to things like cars and the food system!
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Hethel Innovation Jul 8
is launching a new exciting project to create a in the region. They're currently looking to hold 20-minute interviews with 100 SMEs in the region to better learn of the challenges involved in upcycling. Get in touch with projects@norwichbid.co.uk!
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Jul 8
"The urgency to redesign our economic model is becoming clearer to everyone. A circular economy can help find new solutions to many of the global challenges we face, from plastic waste to climate change to biodiversity loss." | Dame Ellen MacArthur
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Ostrero Jul 10
Have you seen our online display at the National Museums of Scotland yet? Discover more about the Circular Economy through our Making Circles project, supported by . It’s just a click away! 😄♻️
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Alexandre Lemille Jul 8
The simplest way to design a Circular Economy at home or at work: just remove all the bins!
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Janez Potočnik Jul 9
Very pleased to be asked to be an Advisor to and to be directly involved in issues again. An important time for and
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Fairforce Jul 9
contributes to reduce , save energy and optimize industrial processes, becoming a relevant factor in this battle for the . 🌍💚 Read the blogpost of our Student Ambassador :
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UN Environment Programme Jul 6
E-waste, the world’s fastest-growing domestic waste stream, is fuelled mainly by higher consumption rates of electric & electronic equipment, short life cycles & few options for repair. There is a critical need to move to a
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Ellen MacArthur Fdn. Jul 3
Haven’t heard about the Community Supported Agriculture before? In simple terms, it’s a model that brings food producers and food consumers closer together. The result? A better connection to food, by knowing exactly where it comes from and the way it’s grown.
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LANXESS Jul 6
“Our goal must be a consistent shift from a linear take-make-use-dispose approach to a circular approach.” LANXESS Board member Anno Borkowsky on the paradigm shift of our economic system.
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zeLoop Jul 8
Evian’s new 100% bottle comes without a label. The bottle, which has the brand name engraved onto the recycled plastic, is part of Evian’s effort to become fully circular by 2025
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Sitra Jul 3
Has 2020 changed the direction of the circular economy? We interviewed international experts in the field about the direction of the . What is new and what aspects are most vital in a sustainable recovery? Article by 👉
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CIRCULÉIRE Jul 3
CIRCULEIRE WEBSITE IS NOW LIVE: Keep up to date with everything you need to know about the Circular Economy...
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