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Each household in France owns an average of a hundred pieces of electrical and electronic equipment. With this number growing, the end-of-pipe approach, recycling end-of-usage products, cannot be the only solution.

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In this weekend’s Circulate on Fridays, we ask whether ownership will survive free delivery, how parked electric cars are earning money and balancing the grid in Denmark, and much more!

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In a recent blog post, ING Group observe that, “increasingly, businesses are offering products through a subscription or leasing arrangement, but it’s still early days in getting to grips with how to finance this.”

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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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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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International Correspondents

Avec la montée de “l’Economie collaborative” beaucoup de questions font surface: Quelle est la prochaine étape ? Quels sont les nouveaux modèles de propriété et gouvernance dont le 21ème siècle a besoin ? Comment “travaillerons-nous” dans un monde post-industriel? Depuis quatre ans le collectif international OuiShare décrypte et accompagne les

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