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Category: 1.2.03. Circular Economy

Labels for Impact

The world needs a meaningful measure developed for products (and services) that provide information about life cycle environmental/social impact. How much energy is used, how much waste is produced, water used, if they stay under a certain carbon footprint (or zero footprint), etc. We can get started by reading the Circularity Gap Report by Circle […]

A Fashion Transformation

“One truckload of clothing is wasted per second.” Are you kidding me? This is from the findings of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s (EMF) new report on the textile industry. Also this: “If the industry continues on its current path, by 2050, it could use more than 26 percent of the carbon budget associated with a 2°C […]

Waste Not Want Not

Waste is a huge opportunity. We’re talking mainly here about waste from human consumption and daily activities (food, shelter, clothing, etc.). Humans produce it daily by the bucket loads (about 4.4 pounds per day per person according to most estimates). According the EPA: In 2014, in the United States, about 258 million tons of MSW […]

What is the Circular Economy?

The Circular Economy takes the old fashioned linear take-make-dispose model and turns it circular, designing out waste and optimizing resource use. It’s not just recycling, it’s more like designing the product from the start to be zero-waste. Businesses save money by improving efficiency of their processes and supply chains. This is a great area to study […]