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The European Commission’s decision to axe the circular economy package is facing fresh questions in the wake of a ruling by EU judges to limit the Commission’s right to withdraw legislation.

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“Regenerative capitalism: how universal principles and patterns will shape our new economy” proposes a new holistic vision for the future of the global economy, says a new report released by the Capital Institute.

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Researchers have developed a new system that uses sunlight to convert waste carbon dioxide into valuable chemical products including; bio-plastics, pharmaceuticals and liquid fuels.

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As much as the abandonment of the European Commission Circular Economy package has been bemoaned online and in media outlets across Europe, it’s worth noting that much of the focus of that policy document was still upon increasing rates of recycling and setting hard recycling targets. While that is not

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A new report released by PwC, “The Road Ahead: Gaining Momentum from Energy Transformation”, has suggested that rapid urbanisation, new technologies, resource shifts and energy transformations are combining to disrupt the power sector.

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Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of stories and interesting articles from the week. This week we’re recommending articles on maker-spaces, a nice summary of why natural capital accounting needs to be at the centre of the future of business and plenty more!

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Dame Ellen MacArthur will feature in BBC Radio 4’s ‘In Business’ programme, broadcast tonight at 20:30 BST.

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Schneider Electric has announced that it connected more than 300 Megawatts (MW) – in addition to the 200 MW already in operation –  into the UK grid in March. The company’s success can be attributed to its ability to provide a “packaged energy management solution”, rather than simply providing a

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A group of Mexican engineers claim to have developed technology that can recover and purify both seawater and wastewater in an incredibly fast two and a half minutes. The technology is still in its infancy and has yet to hit the market, but if scalable and successful, it could have

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Schiphol Group, Cofely and Philips have entered into a collaboration for the provision of lighting in terminal buildings at Amsterdam Airport Schiphol. The arrangement means that Schiphol now pays for the light it uses, while Philips retains ownership of the fixtures and installations in a model similar to the collaboration

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