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“What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly”

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Ken Webster, Head of Innovation at Ellen MacArthur Foundation and author of The Circular Economy: A Wealth of Flows, shares some of his thinking behind this important new publication in this interview with Circulate.

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How do materials fit into a ‘smart system’ where new manufacturing technologies and techniques assist innovation without coming into conflict with the principles of a regenerative circular economy.

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For the first time, companies will be able to assess how successful they are in transitioning to a circular economy. The Ellen MacArthur Foundation and Granta Design announced the findings of the Circularity Indicators Project and the release of a web-based assessment tool that can be used by businesses to

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The most common examples of the circular economy in practice are in sectors like consumer electronics – high value products and technologically focused. Indeed, many of the initial opportunities, or “lowest hanging fruit”, have been in developing business models around reuse, refurbishment and remanufacturing, and it is likely that the

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“Almost got me with a weaponised meme.” – The Quantum Thief

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The Ellen MacArthur Foundation is delighted to welcome you to Circulate, a new online location for news and insight on the circular economy and related subjects.

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Walking through the remains of Grytviken whaling station in South Georgia in 2006, Ellen experienced a defining moment in her life, one that would ultimately lead her to retire from professional offshore racing and set up the Ellen MacArthur Foundation. “We go somewhere, use up a resource and move on

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Since the industrial revolution, our economy has followed a linear “take, make and dispose” model, generating wealth by consuming finite resources. Although cheap energy and resources fuelled its success throughout the 21st century, recent price rises and increased volatility have brutally reversed that trend. But whilst the context has changed,

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