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MEP Sirpa Pietikäinen on why the circular economy isn’t just about materials but could offer a path away from populism and towards prosperity.

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What can London’s ‘Great Stink’ of 1858 tell us about the flows of biological stuff in our cities?

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Some of the exciting possibilities that exist when circular thinking is applied to planet’s favourite alcoholic tipple

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Find out how London and New York are using the vision of a circular city to solve problems, foster innovation and remain competitive.

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Human activities have started to disrupt the well-tuned water cycle in ways that risk our future prosperity. Could circular economy principles help?

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Can come up with a better vision for the future than simply aiming to go cold turkey on plastics, and rejecting the benefits that these materials provide?

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India has the potential to achieve its development goals by adapting a circular economy. But to get there, both formal and informal sectors will need to be on the path towards circularity.

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How new, platform-type business models are mediating the production of goods, and the implications this may have for the circular economy.

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Note from the editor: This paper is part of a series of 3 articles focused on the circular economy in India. This series follows the report “Circular economy in India: Rethinking growth for long-term prosperity” led by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation with the support of ClimateWorks and UNCTAD as knowledge partner.

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Could the circular economy be the answer? Circulate caught up with Douglas to get a preview of his Headline slot at DIF 2016.

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