According to the new report Achieving Growth Within, released in Davos last week, an additional €320 billion of circular economy investment opportunities could be unlocked through modest political and business action in the European Union (EU) until 2025.
One of Europe’s largest international e-commerce retailers, German-based OTTO Group, unveiled a new aspect of its business over the Christmas period, now providing an option where customers can rent a range of products online. Introduced on an experimental basis initially, the rental model has started with a select, but broad
enault has partnered with OSVehicle to create POM, a new electric vehicle (EV), open source and available for customisation by start-ups, independent labs, private customers and researchers.
There is more than $7000 worth of unused stuff sitting in your house, according to Stuffstr and its founder John Atcheson, a sum that likely increased for many people during the holiday period. It’s a statistic that really strikes home on the scale of the opportunity (and the challenge) facing
The British Standards Institute has released the draft of a guide for businesses on implementing the circular economy – the first of its type in the world.
The search giant predicts it will achieve 100% renewables in 2017, and has shared the story in a new white paper.
The banking group’s London Hub hosted startups pitching on everything from open source vehicle platforms to edible packaging and blockchain-powered supply chains as investors and business leaders convened for the first circular economy startup event.
The London Waste and Recycling (LWARB) has launched a new programme to support SMEs in adopting new circular economy business models called Advance London.
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