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Sponsored: Berry Global prioritizes innovations for circularity to build an attractive portfolio for its customers, while driving growth, jobs and stability.
As more companies create and market products made using recycled materials, inventors may wonder how they can protect their investment in the development of such products.
by Ash Earl
Highlights from plenary sessions on leadership, inspiring youth, the future of ESG disclosure and how corporate culture impact diversity, equity and inclusion.
A growing community of fixers allows people to share ideas, hone business models, and push for legislative and corporate policies that support stewardship over waste.
Building a circular economy will need disruptive ideas that shift the status quo — and these five startups showcased at Circularity 20 could be those innovators.
by Holly Secon
The 2020 Ray of Hope winner, ECOncrete, helps concrete structures become stronger, have a longer service life and better cope with extreme weather events and rising seas.
by Meg Wilcox
Some intelligent summary here.
by Jesse Klein
At VERGE 22, the U.S. Plastics Pact and Walmart announced the winners of the first Sustainable Packaging Innovation Award, showing exciting innovations in the areas of recyclability, compostability, refill and reuse.
One key to a circular economy is the ability to track and trace materials, components and finished products throughout their life-cycle, and into their second and subsequent lives. But how to do that? It's not merely a technology fix, though there are a host of technologies that can help. It also requires a more systemic approach to materials selection, design, production and beyond.
by Samantha Dow
Applications in packaging and other products are beginning to gain momentum.
We debate progress on Loop's reusable packaging initiative and geek out over five hot technologies for cold trucking.
The organizers are striving to build a platform where virtually anyone can share ideas and best practices about urban design, workforce development, manufacturing, food production and more.
Billions upon billions of products and consumers served.
by Elsa Wenzel