We need an ambitious resource efficiency policy post-Brexit


The UK may be leaving the EU but we must keep pace with the rest of Europe in forging a more circular economy, argues Nick Molho of the Aldersgate Group.

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Posted by Nick Molho on 6th February 2017
First published in: Ethical Corp

Social circularity and data security


Circular economy must also address the key issues of social values and data security, says Mat Roberts, Group Director of Sustainability Strategy at Interserve.

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Posted by Mat Roberts on 2nd February 2017

Time to turn the circular economy into practice

Car manufacturing

There is a compelling business case for both the EU and UK to rapidly improve the resource efficiency of its economy, argues Nick Molho, executive director of the Aldersgate Group.

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Posted by Nick Molho on 24th January 2017
First published in: The Economist

Circular economy package: A more circular economy is essential to delivering the Paris climate deal


Beyond energy use, the Paris climate change deal challenges economies to become far more resource efficient across a range of materials. The EU Commission’s Circular Economy Package could help achieve this, especially if it considers the enabling role of technology, says Steven Moore of BT.

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Posted by Steven Moore on 9th February 2016
First published in: BlogActiv

Why the circular economy package is a step forward


Ian Ellison, Sustainability Manager at Jaguar Land Rover, carries out his acid test of the EU circular economy package. Will it help Jaguar Land Rover create sustainable solutions across its value chain?

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Posted by Ian Ellison on 28th January 2016
First published in: BlogActiv

Revving recycling in Europe


David Symons, environmental director at WSP | Parsons Brinckerhoff in the UK, outlines three actions that would help deliver the ambition and promise of the circular economy package.

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Posted by David Symons on 12th January 2016
First published in: BlogActiv

Circular Economy Package: A decent start, but plenty more to do


M&S's sustainability manager Rowland Hill considers the merits and shortcomings of the new EU circular economy package.

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Posted by Rowland Hill on 7th December 2015
First published in: businessGreen