Circulate on Fridays: 2.3 trillion food opportunity, Google’s circular economy ambition, new self-driving disruptor
Why car startup Lynk & Co has got Silicon Valley salivating, how Google are embracing the circular economy, and a new report on how the fight against poverty could be a big economic opportunity.
The new paper could be a source of inspiration for architects, designers, city planners or policymakers.
Sound the klaxon! It’s Circulate on Fridays time. Stories about the power of networks, nodes and connections provide a (tenuous) theme for this batch of circular economy links. Assimilate this information and join the hivemind…
t is often observed that the pace of innovation within the construction and building industry appears to be slow. Comparably, most buildings having a longer lifespan than furniture, phones, and cars, so constant iteration and improvement is likely to be more difficult. However, recent years have seen some impressive technologies
Remember all those “I’ll read this later” articles you bookmarked this week? We’ve got you covered. In Circulate on Fridays, we pick out the most essential circular economy coverage from the past five days. Enjoy!
The startup has managed to redistribute one million tonnes of unwanted items and equipment via their innovative online platform, supporting the circular economy through direct re-use.
In the pre-digital world we used to work for materials, and now materials work for us.
SAP find $33 trillion and 7.6 gigatons of CO2 savings in bringing digital business to six major industries. Who knew? Find out more in this weeks Circulate on Fridays…
In this panel at the 2016 CE100 Annual Summit, Leontino Balbo Jr, Janez Potočnik, Hunter Lovins and Ellen MacArthur explore the alternative approach of regenerative agriculture.
Keeping materials cycling throughout the economy is good, right? Perhaps not, if you haven’t considered exactly what materials you’ve got re-entering the loop.