How systems mapping, leftovers and the circular economy can change the way we think about convenience and the ready meal industry
For most businesses, it’s not feasible to create a ‘perfect’ circular product from the get-go. New research from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation identifies three areas that could be the good starting points for circular designers.
From materials and manufacturing to retail and disposal, reinventing fashion is a complex problem that will require new, ambitious collaboration from the entire industry to solve.
As part of Circulate’s collaboration with the Disruptive Innovation Festival, we’re featuring insights from the lineup, in advance of their performance at the DIF. Find out more at thinkdif.co, and don’t forget to tune into this session on modular design for the circular economy, live on 23 Nov, 2017 at 16:00
Circulate on Fridays is a rundown of our favourite circular economy news from the past seven days.
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
Find out how entrepreneurs and startups are using creative freedom to design new products and services that take the principles of the circular economy as core.