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Emmanuel and Elizabeth at Pocheco: "Let's change everything"

When you ring Pocheco, a company that makes 2 billion envelopes a year in their factory close to Lille in France, the holding message describes Pocheco as "the first ecolonomic factory in the world".

In the Throes of Change: An Interview With Douglas Rushkoff

You don’t have to look too long or too hard to realize that the tech sector is in the midst of a fast paced, ongoing evolution.

The Circular Economy's Missing Ingredient: Local

There is need for a new level of nuance — a local circular economy — one, in which materials, ideas and feedback flow cyclically and locally.

How Placemaking with "Bottle Bricks" Changes Lives

This is the story of how a simple idea forever changed my life, as well as the lives of many others.

Sustainability for Whom?

Is eco-business leading us to ecological sustainability?

Turning Waste into Wine: A Pilgrimage to the Composted Land

It seems pretty obvious that recycling, reusing, and repurposing materials we no longer need makes a lot more sense than burning or burying them, not just from an environmental, but an economic perspective.

The Journey of Setting up a Reuse and Repair Centre – a Solution for a Circular economy

As consumers, we are taught to be dissatisfied with what we have.

The Circular Economy meets The Access Economy

What would we be capable of if we combined the existing strength of the Circular Economy with the emerging juggernaut of the Access Economy?

Scientists vindicate 'Limits to Growth' – urge investment in 'circular economy'

A fundamental reorganisation of the way societies produce, manage and consume resources could support a new high-technology civilisation, but this would entail a new "circular economy" premised on wide-scale practices of recycling across production and consumption chains, a wholesale …

Restart community repair

How many of you have something electrical or electronic broken at home? Something that not only you don't only know how to repair yourself, but also don't know who could repair it for you? Or perhaps, the person who claims they could fix that printer or digital camera is quoting you a price …

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