With 45% of global emissions coming from the material side of the economy, the need to transform the linear take-make-dispose economy has never been more pressing. COP26 provided an opportunity for leading academics, enterprises, activists, policymakers, and members of the public to come together to discuss the ways in which we can collectively move towards a circular economy, and how these discussions can be transformed into effective action.
Food for Thought: The COP26 roundtable on food, mobility, and the Circular Economy, Pt. 1
Repairable by Design – Educating for Repair
We’ve all been there, you’ve just dropped your new mobile phone and smashed the screen. It’s only 6 …
The Reusables Working Group
Editorial: Tom Dawson (Revolution-ZERO) with Hannah Drew (Good Club) and Tom Struthers (Draught Drop) Contributors: The Reusables Working …