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Dell, Renault, Arup, Royal BAM, eBay, HP and more have shared their collaborative research in support of the wider circular economy transition.

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International CorrespondentsNews

Il  n’y a pas assez de 5 années de travail, de collaboration, d’exploration pour bien maîtriser un sujet aussi important que celui de l’économie circulaire, et des enjeux de l’open source dans les changements de paradigmes sociétaux. Cependant, je vais essayer rendre compte d’initiatives concordantes ayant des implications au-delà de  la France elle-même.

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Every week, our staff pick out of a selection of their favourite circular economy related content and package it together in our Circulate on Fridays piece. 

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CitiesNews

Demand for vehicles has risen dramatically in India, as a growing middle class becomes increasingly able to purchase and own personal cars. Perceived by some as a challenge, the Indian government is aiming to convert it into an opportunity revealing plans to base the nation’s future transport infrastructure around shared

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Budding businesses were given a chance to pitch their ideas to the European innovation and investment ecosystem.

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Will a robot tax be required to keep the economy working? Find out in Circulate on Fridays, your weekly circular economy roundup.

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CitiesEnergy and Material FlowsNews

The circular economy is a concept advanced, in particular, by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, and Ken Webster in his recent book: The Circular Economy – a wealth of flows. It represents an economic system that moves away from the linear “take, make and dispose” model which has traditionally dominated our

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BusinessNews

The circular economy promises big opportunities for companies to drive growth, performance, and innovation. It represents a reward of $4.5 trillion in additional economic growth by 2030, according to research from Accenture. However, taking the vision of a circular economy in which everything is reused and nothing is wasted, and

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Energy and Material FlowsNews

One of the world’s largest cosmetics firms, L’Oréal, has received accreditation for two of their products based on their manufacturing processes. The products, a shampoo and a conditioner, were awarded the Silver Standard Cradle to Cradle® accreditation, from MBDC, a company which was created to champion better business practises and

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