Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of interesting circular economy related stories and articles. This week, we’re highlighting stories on the latest and most innovative cradle-to-cradle designs, China’s co-living boom, what the cities of the future will look like and much more…
How do we interpret policy effectiveness for a circular economy in the Nordic region?
Just as large incumbent automotive manufacturers are embracing the changing face of mobility and personal transportation, some of the newer disrupters are beginning to branch out into a more complex picture as well. Uber is a ride-sharing app that has taken many cities by storm, but its creators may be
What can traffic light may tell us about how our economy could work? It may seem a strange question to ask, but Dirk Helbing is the person who makes the connection.
Every Friday, Circulate provides a roundup of some of the best circular economy articles, videos and podcasts that we’ve seen during the week. This Friday, we’re looking the growth of circular economy thinking in Africa, how some big brands are stating their bold ambitions, and Nissan’s role in developing a
Reaction to the first universal legally binding global climate deal, agreed at COP21 in Paris, and signed by 195 countries at the United Nations in New York on Earth Day has been mixed. The signing has triggered headlines like “Experts Say Plans Don’t Pack a Wallop”, with the New York
Hydrogen fuel-cell cars are getting more competitive in terms of costs and they are seemingly becoming more and more viable in their performance characteristics as well. However, the infrastructure challenge continues to be a barrier, on the one hand, users don’t buy hydrogen cars because the filling stations don’t exist, on