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The state alleges PepsiCo misled the public about the damage caused by single-use plastics.
It’s rare to find a company that perfectly closes the loop, but it’s valuable to embrace the diversity of circular solutions.
The negotiations are over halfway done and big questions linger. How can nations create a treaty that makes a difference?
Shoemaker Crocs wants to keep old shoes out of landfills and reclaim materials that could be used in new products.
Learn how to apply circular economy principles at your organization — whether you’re starting from scratch or reimagining the status quo.
by Trish Kenlon
ClientEarth joins legal action against three leading brands, which aims to challenge recyclability and recycled content claims.
It's generations too late to keep toxic PFAS out of the environment. A clutch of startups is developing methods for eliminating these ‘forever chemicals’.
by Elsa Wenzel
The TerraCycle and Loop founder advises how to escape this danger zone and get your sustainability work moving again.
Sponsored: The Global Plastics Treaty must include a financing plan that supports the countries most impacted by plastic pollution and least equipped to deal with it.
The world is off track to tackle plastic pollution. Here's what business must do now, according to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation.
by Stuart Stone
Governments around the world are securing their travel visas, rallying their best nerds and sharpening their pencils for the next big United Nations meeting on plastic pollution.
Even in Amsterdam, a gathering of plastics industry leaders was mired in jargon and toothless goals. Here’s what will get us unstuck.
Nemo Equipment’s gear for camping and conquering mountains aims to prevent mountains of waste.
Despite a “landmark” agreement, automakers and the repair industry are still fighting over who controls car data.
by Maddie Stone
Closed Loop Partners’ managing director Bridget Croke also shares what investors need from brands.
I checked in with the How2Recycle director about where the label fits in with the latest recycling trends.
Nine 'Big Food' corporations that were served notice last year over their plastic footprint are failing to take sufficient action to tackle pollution, a new report says.
by Amber Rolt
A new report highlights 15 policies that could drive a major decrease in plastic use around the world — but will governments adopt them as part of a new global plastics treaty?
Combining a self-contained storage unit and an app, the product rental service can help incentivize quality and advance circularity.
Starbucks is testing reusable cup models in more than 25 markets and plans to start a reusable cup program by the end of 2025.
Innovators at the vanguard of the reuse movement agree on the key ingredients that will speed up the adoption of reuse.
NGOs are cautiously optimistic about the draft document for a global plastics treaty, which will be used during the third set of negotiations scheduled for mid-November.
We need all voices to set the direction for the circular economy.
A 'physicist turned sustainability professional' explains how to bring the two strategies together.
Sponsored: Product manufacturers can make circularity a reality for their company with circularity readiness. Here are early-stage strategies to consider.
by Pete Girard