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Has European innovation dried up? Back in 2010, the EU set itself a target for 3% of GDP to be invested in R&D by 2020. According to the latest update, the European economy has some way to go: investment hovers at around the 2% mark. Could the circular economy offer

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A new report from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation that looks specifically at India – could circular economy principles set India on course for a competitive advantage over more mature economies?

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Widely regarded as one of the best education systems in the world, Finland’s authorities are not resting on that status after announcing their intention to remove “subjects” from the school curriculum altogether. 

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A new report prepared for the European Commission has pointed out opportunities for actions around policy and regulatory actions that could help to enable and unlock the growth potential of a circular economy. 

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Could the circular economy be the answer? Circulate caught up with Douglas to get a preview of his Headline slot at DIF 2016.

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A new investment package of €222.7 million from the EU budget has been set aside to support Europe’s transition a low-carbon future with a particular focus on supporting initiatives that complement the circular economy package.

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Circulate spoke with Paul Mason to get a preview of some of the threads he’ll address at this year’s Disruptive Innovation Festival.

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Every Friday, the Circulate team pull together a collection of their favourite circular economy related articles, podcasts and videos that they’ve come across during the previous week. This week we’re looking at the amazing cost of wind turbines, food waste opportunities, new thinking on AI, the latest on Uber and plenty

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It is Friday again! As you are hopefully planning pleasant weekends, we bring you the latest edition of Circulate on Fridays, highlighting seven great circular economy related reads. Join us this weekend for pieces on the pros and cons of Universal Basic Income, portable solar panels, an open source self-driving

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UCL engages multidisciplinary student group in circular economy challenge Digital technology is creating new opportunities for personalised learning journeys every day. Educational Apps are flooding the market of primary and secondary schools. Employers attribute increasing importance to collaboration, creativity and communication in their recruitment processes. Yet, the traditional lecture-seminar format

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