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Carl-Emil Larsen, president of EurEau, has emphasised the importance and value of water when thinking about the resource question. He suggests that water, as a resource, is in danger of being taken for granted by European Union circular economy policymakers.

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One key principle of the circular economy is that energy must come from renewable sources, and so far this year Costa Rica is reaping the benefits of investment in this area.

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Students from Technische Universität München (TUM) and the University of Texas at Austin (UTA) have designed a one-story house that is affordable and produces more energy than it uses. The project has been named “NexusHaus” and has been developed in answer to the lack of affordable housing in Austin, Texas. Students

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Scientists at Tel Aviv University are proclaiming it to be the “materials revolution of the 21st century” and there are few examples that pronounce the intersection between the technological and the biological in quite this way. Organic nanotechnology continues to make significant strides with the announcement that computer screens made

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Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of stories and interesting articles from the week This week we highlight an article asking for a new focus on remanufacturing, a strong critique of the idea that the sharing economy is a “technological saviour”, why diversity is important for urban production and growth, and

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Frequently, the Internet of Things (IoT) as a topic is discussed conceptually and it becomes difficult not to get lost in its potential scale. Some figures, including a recent report from KPMG, have suggested that as many as 28 billion ‘things’ will be connected to the internet by 2020. That’s why

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At one time, Ireland’s economic recession epitomised global economic decline. The country’s economic strife was well-documented both as a part of the global financial crisis and the ensuring Eurozone crisis. The Irish economy has quietly been beginning to prosper again over the last year and a half with a reported

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Raz Godelnik has written an insightful piece on the sharing economy for Triple Pundit. In his article, he looks beyond popular conversations focused upon Airbnb and Uber, and analyses the under-discussed role of sharing economy platforms as “middlemen” connecting spare resource and consumers. Godelnik argues that the next challenge for sharing economy businesses

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The circular economy concept is now being hotly discussed in businesses, governmental bodies and education institutions globally, not to mention entrepreneurs and the general public. One of the consequences is that it is unfortunately often misinterpreted and misrepresented. Liz Goodwin, CEO, WRAP, has published a piece in the Guardian Sustainable Business

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Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of stories and interesting articles from the week. Forbes and the Telegraph have both released insightful pieces on the impact of 3D-printing on industrial scale, it was revealed that Boeing is investing in 3D-printed aircraft parts, and Autodesk announces the open sourcing of their 3D-printer resin.

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