The world’s most populous nation is making the shift to a greener economy.
Instead of worrying about buying fewer things, our focus should be on designing products that are less harmful to our environment and the labour force that creates them.
A year ago at the World Economic Forum in Davos, a report from the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and the World Economic Forum found that most plastic packaging is used only once; 95% of the ...
This dire prediction for the world in 2050 need not come true, argues a new report, if we take a few precautions.
The circular economy can help create a more sustainable and profitable future for all. However, there are significant barriers that keep us from achieving this.
These five companies are using environmentally friendly business practices to make the world a better place.
In the last decade, India has experienced considerable economic growth, averaging 7.4% annually. If this trend continues, the country could become one of the four biggest economies worldw...
Plastic is the workhorse material of the modern economy, but it's killing our climate. The system needs to change and - thankfully - there are a number of people working to make this happen.
Recycling almost everything we use is already possible. So why have global recycling rates stagnated, and what can we do about it?
From plastics to cement, this transition is reducing the environmental footprint of industries, often enhancing the finished product’s usefulness too.
Lucy Marcus argues that ethical norm of reciprocity seems to be going out of fashion.
Stronger customer expectations, forged in the age of Twitter, Facebook and Uber, have changed the game beyond all recognition.
The circular economy is about creating a world that thrives while using our resources in a much smarter and cleaner way. This transition is not only essential to managing growing demand o...
Bhaskar Chakravorti reviews 'The Smartest Places on Earth', which argues that the world’s next brainbelts might actually be the places we least expect.
With circular economy thinking, the future of construction can be both highly profitable and sustainable.