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India has the potential to achieve its development goals by adapting a circular economy. But to get there, both formal and informal sectors will need to be on the path towards circularity.

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Delhi has made the headlines by placing a blanket ban on all disposable plastics. Far from being altruistic, the city’s decision has been made out of practical necessity.

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A cellulose fibre called Refibra, created using cotton scraps and wood, has been launched by Lenzing at the Première Vision textile fair in Paris. It’s one of the first fibres of its kind produced at commercial scale using a high-volume of recycled material.

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International Correspondents

International Correspondents

Instalações modernas com 30% de capacidade ociosa. Quase 60 unidades de produção desativadas. Volatilidade e queda dos preços internacionais em commodities. Lucratividade em queda e crescimento das dívidas. Trinta mil empregos perdidos nos últimos anos. De acordo com especialistas de mercado, este é o panorama atual da indústria de aço

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International Correspondents

The idea of a circular economy has attracted a lot of interest and expectations in Finland, but translating the hype into concrete action has still been a question mark for both industry and policy makers. To overcome this, a national action plan is now being prepared that will help Finland

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International Correspondents

With 60 million of old tyres stock piled or dumped around South Africa, waste tyres have become a significant problem. The country’s waste management infrastructure is almost inexistent and recovery rate for disused tyres hardly reaches 4%. Illegal dumps filled up by 10 million of waste tyres per year are

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