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.
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.
Firm behind Barbie, Hot Wheels and Fisher-Price plans to launch first toy made from and packaged in green materials in early 2020.
Bringing you the five biggest stories of the circular economy from this past year, and some predictions for the next.
Our waste management practices are distractions from our main problem: too much stuff. But alternatives exist.
Being on the same page about brand integrity and sustainability goals helped the two companies work across the supply chain.
Over an average lifetime of 78.7 years, one American would send 67,000 pounds of waste to landfills. Incentives for recycling can bring that number down.
On America Recycles Day, it's time to recognize one special piece of packaging.
Saskia Van Gendt says there seems to be new energy around companies' responsibility to take care of the environment.