80% of global wastewater is released into the environment without adequate treatment.
Scientists are using machinery to separate useful materials from scrap.
It's all part of the country's war on pollution.
Gathering and sharing data will improve systems, address waste and help in decision-making.
Once the domain of DIY tinkerers, these hubs of urban experimentation are now driving the circular economy.
Starbucks is attempting to curb the use of disposable coffee cups by trialling the scheme in 35 London outlets.
Corporate responsibility is something that should be built in to a company from the beginning, not added on as an afterthought or retroactively for a remedy.
A British designer is using used gum to create more useful, less harmful products.
Aiming to be carbon-neutral by 2025, Copenhagen is building a new skyline out of reclaimed bricks and wood.
Changing the building blocks of plastic could transform them from a problem to be solved to a useful material.
E-waste makes up 70% of toxic waste in landfills – but manufacturers are realizing it could be a valuable source of rare materials and could soon be queuing up to take it off your hands.
Many businesses are focused on recycling, but it's only part of the story. It's time to give current models of production and consumption a shock, say Ellen MacArthur and Unilever's Paul ...
Innovators, policymakers and business leaders spoke at the World Economic Annual Meeting 2018 about getting a circular economy off the ground.
A growing amount of e-waste should draw attention to the broader sustainability of a digital society.
UK Prime Minister Theresa May has pledged to eliminate all avoidable plastic waste by 2042, as part of a 'green Brexit'.