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The global waste crisis and climate change are two of the greatest challenges of our time, and the world desperately
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, the recommerce industry was expected to boom, potentially doubling in growth over the next five to 10 years. Now, with the
Man-made fibers made from wood pulp and natural plant materials could hold the key to developing a truly circular fashion industry, provided that the sector's
It’s often said that the way to a person’s heart is through the stomach. The same principle could apply to fixing the broken food system.
Food loss and waste
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Stories discussed this week (4:27).
To make offices safe during COVID-19, buildings need a breath of fresh air
Unilever unveils climate and
The theme of last week’s World Oceans Day was "Innovation for a Sustainable Ocean," the phrasing of which is at once broad and defined. How is the ocean not
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation brought together city representatives, chefs, food industry executives and other thought leaders to discuss how to redesign our
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation has brought together cities, chefs, food industry executives and other thought leaders to discuss how to redesign our food
Food companies have a dual responsibility when it comes to waste reduction aspirations: optimizing their operations to minimize food waste while reducing the
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation is bringing together cities, chefs, food industry executives, and other thought leaders to discuss how to redesign our food
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Sustainable packaging is a keystone issue for corporate sustainability. As one of the first environmental
Throughout the pandemic response, a key issue has been a lack of communication and coordination to get personal protective equipment (PPE) and other medical
The COVID-19 virus has triggered a global health pandemic leading to economic recession and major disruptions of the global food system. While the pandemic has
Upcycled food is an officially defined term, which advocates say will encourage broader consumer and industry support for products that help reduce food waste
Everything we physically purchase in the conventional economy is birthed from raw materials and ends its short life as waste. Sustainable system thinking and
During the COVID-19 pandemic, many hospitals faced a major shortage of personal protective equipment, ventilators and other essential medical supplies.
The COVID-19 crisis has disastrous human and economic consequences, revealing our system’s exposure to a variety of risks. The call for a more resilient,
In nearly every way imaginable, the COVID-19 pandemic has upended the world order. It has tested global leaders, disrupted global supply chains and deeply
Doing away with a culture of disposability is one of the big dreams of the circular economy. A jolt in this direction came overnight as COVID-19 drove people
Companies can make progress toward building a circular system only so far on their own. To change your entire system, you need to engage your whole value chain
Versatile, affordable and ever-present, plastics have been essential to keeping hospitals running and protecting our frontline workers during the COVID-19
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AB InBev VP: Our quest for "agile" sustainable development continues
The COVID-19 pandemic has brought the safety of reuse into question. But Tom Szaky, CEO of TerraCycle, thinks when the crisis is over there will be even more
It seems an impossible situation. Some of the world’s largest corporations promised to quickly slash their use of virgin plastic packaging. Yet the recycled
This article is part of our Paradigm Shift series, produced by nonprofit PYXERA Global, on the diverse solutions driving the transition to a circular economy.