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Gadgets and gizmos might have dominated the news cycle this week, but if you reaaaally want to know where technology and design might be heading in the future, read on with this week’s Circulate on Fridays… Our favourite piece this week came courtesy of Jason Hickel and Martin Kirk on

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CitiesFeaturedPeople and Society

We speak with one of the authors behind the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s new paper ‘Cities in the circular economy: an initial exploration’

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We’ve cast a wide net for this week’s Circulate on Fridays. In the catch: seafood shells, urban mobility systems, blockchain, and history lessons from Chris Kutarna and Roman builders.

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CitiesEnergy and Material FlowsFoodNews

The study aims to spark future analysis and lead the way to a deeper understanding of the biological side of the circular economy.

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International Correspondents

La Fab City, ville localement auto-suffisante et globalement connectée, nous invite à repenser l’impact de la fabrication numérique au-delà du Fab Lab, pour relocaliser la production industrielle, alimentaire et énergétique sur le territoire urbain. Ce nouveau concept a été à l’honneur le 10 novembre, lors d’une soirée organisée par OuiShare dans

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CitiesNews

The new paper could be a source of inspiration for architects, designers, city planners or policymakers.

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Sound the klaxon! It’s Circulate on Fridays time. Stories about the power of networks, nodes and connections provide a (tenuous) theme for this batch of circular economy links. Assimilate this information and join the hivemind…

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CitiesNewsPeople and Society

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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CitiesEnergy and Material FlowsFeatured

t is often observed that the pace of innovation within the construction and building industry appears to be slow. Comparably, most buildings having a longer lifespan than furniture, phones, and cars, so constant iteration and improvement is likely to be more difficult. However, recent years have seen some impressive technologies

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BusinessCitiesNews

Welcome to another edition of Circulate on Fridays, where we bring you our weekly selection of circular economy related articles, videos and more to consume during your weekend. Today, we’ve picked out a piece from The Economist, which looks at the importance of balance in the financial sector, we’ve also got

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