An opportunity to demonstrate the potential of circular design

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From the very beginning, the circular economy has been a design-led agenda, which encourages upstream solutions that build to systemic change. The New European Bauhaus initiative, taking inspiration from the influential Bauhaus movement, provides Europe with the opportunity to demonstrate the potential of the circular economy, and lead the way in the transition.

Five circular design stories from Latin America

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Redesigning how we make and use buildings to reach net-zero emissions

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What makes a good climate change conference?

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The world has pinned its hopes on the fact that this year’s global climate conference, COP26, will deliver the action-conducive consensus that is urgently needed to address climate change. But what is the COP, who are the actors behind it, and what can we expect from this year’s edition?

You may be a food designer, but you might not know it

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What is food design?

Perspectives from a pioneer in Anhui province

By Vigil Yangjinqi Yu, Research Analyst, Ellen MacArthur Foundation

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Why data and measurement are key to a circular economy transition

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Ellen MacArthur Foundation

We work to build a framework for a circular economy that is restorative and regenerative by design. Follow @circulatenews for latest insights.

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