Cradle-to-cradle design is defined as a biomimetic approach to product and system design. It can model human industry on nature’s processes.
ESRS E5 is one of the five specific environmental standards of the European Sustainability Reporting Standards. It defines the information that the company must disclose when reporting on the use of resources and the circular economy.
Find out about all the different circular economy courses available online and offline, what they are and why they are important.
A hackathon is an event in which different actors compete against each other. Participants can be experts from different fields of computer science, recent graduates in scientific subjects, PhD students or even students.
The Rise of Liquid Economy: how circular models are taking over. Sharing is caring, and consumers are starting to care a lot more about the planet than their possessions.
From entrepreneurs and politicians to scientists and designers, women are making huge contributions to sustainable development.
Life Cycle Assessment is a detailed analysis used to estimate what effects a product or service causes on the environment throughout its life cycle.
In December 2019, the EU launched a European Green Deal, a new policy agenda aimed at decoupling economic growth from the use of the primary natural resources.
What is the circular economy and why it is important for everyone: citizens, businesses, institutions
Roberto Zoboli, during “ReThink Circular Economy Forum”, introduced some key elements to understand the Circular Economy, by distinguishing between “Old” and “New” Circular Economy.