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A single use plastic-free gift guide for travellers – G Adventures

Adventure travel and tours by G Adventures. Unforgettable small-group travel experiences in the world’s greatest destinations.

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Rocket Composter aims to feed circular economy at Raymond Blanc restaurant

New equipment is expected to slash the restaurant’s waste levels by 13 per cent…

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The App Buying Back Your Unwanted Clothes To Fuel The Circular Economy

Stuffstr works with clothing brands to pull data on all the products in their inventory (going back 5 years) into their platform, so that when a consumer no longer wants the item, they can search for it and instantly see what the company will pay to buy that item back.

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Business Delegation Tour: The Circular Economy in Action

A shift from the take-make-waste model to the innovative circular economy model is essential for our planet and our future.It can also serve as an opportunity for companies to create new revenue stre…

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What’s the big fuss about the circular economy?

As beauty and personal care manufacturers and suppliers raise the bar on sustainability, the circular economy is a phrase that is popping up with increasing frequency? But what is it and what does it mean to the industry.

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The Circular Economy: Part Two

Drawing on natural light for reduced energy consumption and using locally sourced furniture and materials, an environmentally sensitive design for HP Inc.’s new offices at London’s Thames Valley Park achieved a BREEAM Very Good Rating.

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2019 in review: Top 3 corporate sustainability trends

See how the top 3 corporate sustainability trends of 2019 played out based on real-world examples of companies that raised the bar over this last year.

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Giant Eagle Becomes First U.S. Retailer of Its Size to Set Single-Use Plastic Phaseout

Pittsburgh-based grocery store chain Giant Eagle announced that it will eliminate single-use plastics by 2025. It is the first retailer of its size in the U.S. to make such a commitment, Greenpeace USA senior communications specialist Perry Wheeler told EcoWatch.

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Nimble Makes Great Chargers, Offers Free E-Waste Recycling

If you’re like me, you have a dedicated junk drawer which is designated for holding a whole bunch of stuff. While it used to be filled with random hot sauce packets and takeout menus, in this age of technology, my junk drawer is filled with a bunch of micro-USB cables and other miscellaneous tech…

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A Museum in Hawai’i Eliminates Single-Use Plastic Products

The Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum plans to install water bottle stations and educational signage promoting the benefits of reducing the use of plastics and creating a waste-free lunch as part of field trips.