We explore what more could be done from the design, business, consumption, and policy perspectives to hasten the implementation of the circular economy.
Following China’s effective ban on importing many waste materials for recycling, many developed nations, are being forced to rethink their waste strategies.
Waste governance is now at a crossroad: global increases in consumption in all categories are challenging waste regimes and management strategies everywhere, and especially in the Asian region.
How can the present linear model in design and construction be replaced with a circular model?
Ewaste Watch in Australia acts in the public interest to protect human health and the environment by accelerating increased levels of electronics sustainability from cradle to cradle.
Arguing against the tendency to individualize all environmental problems as a matter of choice, Robert Crocker emphasizes the role of technological systems in expanding and escalating global consumption.