Category: Circular Economy Blog

EPA Webinar addresses the link between Circularity & Environmental Restoration

Sign up for the EPA/IIEA Webinar – Circularity to Restore the Earth – taking place on Thursday 22nd April 2021.

Speaking on the webinar will be Inger Andersen (Under-Secretary-General of the United Nations and Executive Director of the United Nations …

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Festival of Circularity Starts April 20th

The inaugural Festival of Circularity starts this month, with an impressive lineup of speakers discussing all things circular across the two day digital festival.

The world needs to change the way it consumes and disposes of goods – from fashion

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Irish Government approves landmark Climate Bill

The Irish Government has approved legislation to set Ireland on the path to net-Zero emissions no later than 2050, and to a 51% reduction in emissions by the end of this decade. The Bill will also provide the framework for …

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World Circular Economy Forum + Climate Event to take place in April

The World Circular Economy Forum is a landmark event of the year that brings together business leaders, policymakers and experts to present the world’s best circular economy solutions. On 15 and 16 April 2021, Sitra will be co-hosting with the …

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European Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform launches #EUCircularTalks

European Circular Economy Stakeholder Platform, on which the Rediscovery Centre sits as a steering committee member, has launched a series of talks about the Circular Economy. Recently,  the platform organized a Circular Talk on resource extraction and the circular economy, …

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Dutch architect wins circularity award

Dutch architecture studio RAU Architects have been recognized by Holland Circular Hotspot for their work in bringing about a circular built environment. Their design for the Triodos Bank HQ in the Netherlands is celebrated as a fully sustainable and circular …

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Circular fashion takes to the high street

As part of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s Jean’s Redesign challenge, Gap have released five natural fibre denim styles that are “made to be made again,”. The jeans feature removable hardware, which poses serious difficulty in recycling denim. (via Fashion United

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Vintage platforms hit the jackpot

After turning the New York Fashion Week catwalk into a secondhand resale platform, second hand retailer Thredup has been valued at $1.3bn after filing for an IPO. The company, founded in 2009, has processed over 100 million secondhand …

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UN produces bleak statistics for Irish food waste

Irish households and cafés are dumping food at a rate of more than 100kg per person every year, according to a recently published UN report. The 2021 Food Waste Index Report found that 17% of all food produced worldwide …

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The Fairphone of laptops has arrived

Weighing in at 50 million tons and valued at $57 billion annually, e-waste is the globe’s fastest growing waste stream. With the average EU citizen creating 16kg of e-waste, the need to design long-lasting, repairable hardware and tech products is …

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