It's time for blue-sky thinking plus practical measures in the battle to reduce plastic waste.
The world's two biggest producers and consumers of stuff stand to play a pivotal role in creating a circular economy, but they'll both have to get out of their own way.
Measuring the problem is often challenging for plastics, due to lack of data on where they come from and end up.
Single-use plastic bans are showing up across the nation. But compostable plates and forks may not solve the plastic crisis.
It’s not enough to recognize the risk of trade-offs and unintended consequences.
If you’ve ever ordered garments online from a retailer, you would have, in all likelihood, had it delivered, neatly sealed within a polybag.
Our finance department measured the "before" of our office’s single-use plastic, and implemented improvements right away.
The momentum to stop plastic pollution continues to grow, so how do we channel it into real systems change?
From refill schemes to more practical and viable recycling options, there's a stronger sense of urgency to find solutions.
Bringing you the five biggest stories of the circular economy from this past year, and some predictions for the next.