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.
The Austin, Texas, Economic Development and Austin Resource Recovery (ARR) departments recently announced a partnership with the Austin Technology Incubator (ATI) to launch a new Circular Economy Incubator in the area. ATI is now one of only three circular economy incubators in the country.
How can cities create prosperity for expanding populations whose rates of consumption are increasing, while strengthening the systemic change that supports waste and resource management?
Netherlands-based blockchain start-up Circularise is changing the course of data sharing, certification access, as well as product and material oversight with its communication system, which companies can use for virtually endless range of product value chains.
HPE is planning to show businesses worldwide that throwing away old technology that is no longer being used into landfill is not the best option when it comes to end-of-use disposal.
During the first week of December, the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Circular Design team and the British Council collaborated to run a week-long workshop on circular design in London.
Kellogg’s and Seven Bro7hers’ Salford Brewery have partnered to turn rejected corn flakes into an IPA, in a bid to avoid wastage of food.