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Every Friday, the Circulate team compiles a collection of the best circular economy videos, audio and articles for you to enjoy during the weekend! We’re doing a quick-fire “CoF” today. See if you can keep up and don’t forget to let us know what we’re missing.

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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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A drastic fall in the value of the British Pound has quickly become ammunition in the ongoing political debates about Brexit and its impact on the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe.

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Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of interesting circular economy related stories and articles. This Friday, discover a new use for eggshells, a successful circular economy investment story, how low-cost innovation can resolve many of the globe’s greatest challenges and more…

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An £18 million fund to support small and medium-size enterprises (SMEs) in developing circular economy business models and designs has been launched by Zero Waste Scotland.

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Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of interesting circular economy related stories and articles. For this weekend, we’re recommending a Wired piece on a Chinese startup that’s democratising manufacturing, a Fast Company article on the potential of the future cashless society and the MIT Technology Review’s article on an integrated grid

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Crypto digital currency Bitcoin, often upheld as an example of disruptive innovation, may be facing a serious threat to its long-term future. Since early 2015, there has been general concern among Bitcoin users and operators that the currency could reach the edge of its limitations. This week, those prophecies came

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A well-developed business case for companies to develop reverse logistics mechanisms and new business models to enable the reuse and re-selling of pre-owned assets has been put forward by the likes of Walter Stahel and perhaps most recently in the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s, Towards the circular economy report series. De Lage Landen’s latest

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Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of interesting circular economy related stories and articles. The U.S. government’s proposal for a $10 per barrel fee on oil and iFixit’s announcement of a new Repair Association features this week. 

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The Finnish government’s recent decision to conduct a policy experiment around universal basic income (UBI) has thrust the subject into the limelight with many asking whether if successful, the same system could be implemented in other contexts, including the UK. Conceptually and theoretically, there is almost unanimous support for the

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