Bringing you the five biggest stories of the circular economy from this past year, and some predictions for the next.
Population growth, rising consumption levels, lack of collection infrastructure and fast fashion is blocking industry progress on waste, report finds.
Our waste management practices are distractions from our main problem: too much stuff. But alternatives exist.
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.
The collaboration spearheaded by WWF will focus on boosting recycling infrastructure and public awareness campaigns in the U.S.
Collaboration is key in moving toward an economy that's regenerative by design.
From data to design, there are ways that we can take a bite out of food waste in the restaurant sector.
Informal waste workers have long managed the waste of the South, for whom new forms of collectives offer new hope, while the gig economy threatens to de-formalize waste management in the North.
The partnership has created another income source for Haitians and potentially a lower carbon footprint for HP.