Waste is a huge business opportunity. Here's where to drive innovation and new solutions, according to the Closed Loop Fund.
The business community sees big potential in the circular economy, according to new GreenBiz research. But a stronger business case must be made before it can become mainstream.
A robot that can take apart an iPhone is good for the visibility of green design, but it won't fix environmental ills such as e-waste.
"Zero waste" sounds like a straightforward concept. MillerCoors is one example of the many companies trying to translate that ideal into practice.
The Ellen MacArthur Foundation shares a bold vision with Ikea, Kimberly Clark and Unilever. As You Sow wants brands to step up more.
Sponsored article: Collections and recycling are supported by voluntary product stewards, yet companies that don’t fund such programs unfairly benefit.
Sponsored article: A conversation with Carl Smith, CEO and president of Call2Recycle, about the concept of the circular economy and its impact on battery recycling.
The beverage industry giant has joined the Closed Loop Fund and set a goal to increase the U.S. drink container recycling rate to 60 percent by 2030.
For green chemistry pioneer John Warner, the feasibility of the "circular economy" ultimately comes down to sound materials science.
Why Dow, Coca-Cola, Google and many other big companies are joining the quest to cut waste by continually cycling materials back through supply chains.