Scientists at the City of Hong Kong University are trialling out new techniques for converting food waste into graphene and hydrogen. The research team has discovered that they can turn coffee grounds and stale bakery goods into a sugary solution that can be used to manufacture plastic.
New research suggests that the Internet of Things will play a critical role in helping to feed a global population that is projected to reach 9.6 billion by 2050.
A partnership between Danish brewing company Carlsberg, packaging company ecoXpac, Innovation Fund Denmark and the Technical University of Denmark is aiming to create the world’s first fully biodegradable bottle.
In a recent piece for EU Observer, politician and circular economy advocate Ida Auken discusses how a regenerative model can take advantage of innovations in technology and business innovation. She encourages other politicians and elected officials to treat the circular economy as an opportunity, suggesting positive action that policymakers can
California based company Pley – AKA ‘the Netflix for Lego’ – has recently attracted a further $10 million in funding from investors, making a total of $16.75 million since launching in 2013.
A recent report from WRAP and wholesale jerseys the Green Alliance has further outlined the significant job-creation potential Beck’shaus of the circular economy.