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Circularity Gap Report 2022 Live Launch: Unleash the power of the circular economy

This edition draws on five years of the Circularity Gap Report analysis to show the power of the circular economy to equitably fulfil our global needs and wants, but with radically fewer materials and emissions.


Understanding the Circular Economy

The business world may be the only area more in love with technical jargon than environmental science. So it’s no surprise that environmental business initiatives lean towards the incomprehensible. Even though 62% of consumers say they are not familiar with the term “circular economy” it represents a paradigm shift that could make businesses that pursue it truly sustainable.


Fixation: How to Have Stuff Without Breaking the Planet Fio

By Sandra Goldmark.

Our massive global system of consumption is broken. Our individual relationship with our stuff is broken. In each of our homes, some stuff is broken. And the strain of rampant consumerism and manufacturing is breaking our planet. We need big systemic changes, from public policy to global economic systems.


21 Circular Solutions To Avoid Climate Breakdown

Circular economy strategies can cut global greenhouse gas emissions by 39% and help avoid climate breakdown.


How the circular economy tackles climate change

Completing the Picture highlights the indispensable role that the circular economy plays in tackling the climate crisis. It aims to demonstrate how circular economy principles and strategies significantly reduce greenhouse gas emissions.


Impact Report 2019-20

With the turn of the new year, 2020 launched the world into a chaos that had long been predicted, but hardly prepared for. Covid-19 held a magnifying glass to the global economy’s flaws—flaws that have long been clear but that society continued to press the snooze button on. For the first time ever, the amount of material consumed by our global economy also surpassed 100 billion tonnes, of which  only 8.6% is being cycled back into the economy—a sobering indicator of the progress we have yet to make.