People and Society
What would Europe’s economy look like if it underwent a paradigm shift and transitioned to a circular economy? How would it impact growth, jobs, resource, energy use and CO2 emissions? What does it mean for ordinary households? Those questions have been addressed in a new report, “Growth Within: a circular
Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of interesting circular economy related stories and articles. This week, we’re recommending articles on the future of jobs and the opportunities for the re-utilisation of zoo waste.
‘Rethinking Finance In A Circular Economy’ is a recently released report that analyses the opportunities for financial institutions in a transition to the circular economy. The report, written and produced by ING Group – a multinational banking and financial services corporation based in Amsterdam – discusses the emergence of circular
Every Friday, Circulate rounds up a collection of interesting circular economy related stories and articles from the week. Today, we’re looking at an article that highlights the importance and value of the ocean economy, a piece highlighting an innovative new method for extending mobile phone battery life, a picture story
Since the industrial revolution, our economy has followed a linear “take, make and dispose” model, generating wealth by consuming finite resources. Although cheap energy and resources fuelled its success throughout the 21st century, recent price rises and increased volatility have brutally reversed that trend. But whilst the context has changed,
De Lage Landen (DLL), a global provider asset-based financial solutions based in the Netherlands, has launched a report titled “Realizing Opportunities for a Circular Business Model”, which provides guidance to business leaders when dealing with the challenges associated with the changing economy and transition to a circular economy model.