Recently, around 450 industry representatives from 39 different nations came to Salzburg for the International Electronics Recycling Congress (IERC) to speak on the current developments in the e-waste market and how it relates to the circular economy.
Governments around the world need to do more to encourage the adoption of circular economy practices in order to prevent climate change, according to a new report from Amsterdam-based social enterprise organisation Circle Economy.
Independent global design and innovation consultancy firm Dragon Rouge has been appointed as a strategic communications knowledge partner to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
CEFLEX, the consortium of companies, associations and organisations collaborating to enhance the performance of flexible packaging in the circular economy in Europe, by designing and advancing better system solutions, has reached a new landmark with stakeholder numbers over 100.
Adidas have recently launched its new Adidas x Parley tennis collection for the Australian Open at the Icebergs Ocean Pool in Bondi, Sydney.
Borealis has introduced the launch of its new communication platform EverMinds, with the aim of heightening the visibility of plastic circularity and promoting a more circular mindset within the polyolefins industry.
German manufacturer Henkel has taken another step in expanding its venture capital activities, while further promoting a transition to the circular economy, by investing £5 million ($8.9 million) into Circularity European Growth Fund – an impact fund managed by Circularity Capital.
Festivals Edinburgh is set to lead in helping to create a more sustainable future, having partnered with Circular Edinburgh in a bid to pinpoint ways in which festivals can turn its waste streams into opportunities by embedding a circular economy approach in its operations.
As Asian countries face a future of ever-more waste being generated, support for a shift to a more circular economy has been growing in a bid to drive sustainable growth for its nations.
British businesses may be charged a fee to cover the cost of recycling plastic packaging they have created in a move aimed at reducing rubbish, a problem that grew when China stopped processing the world’s waste at the start of 2018.