21 Oct 2015
In the second part of his blog about behaviour change for a circular economy, Marc Atherton asks if the change can be consumer led.
At its core, the Circular Economy requires that as a society we are able to change our behaviour around how we source, create, use and dispose of the plethora of products that surround our lives. Marc Atherton explores how we can achieve this.
12 Oct 2015
Over the next 25 years it is estimated that the cost to decommission oil and gas assets from the North Sea will cost £46bn.
04 Oct 2015
Dr Michael Warhurst, Executive Director of CHEM Trust, asks how can we create a clean circular economy - and not one that recirculates hazardous chemical through our homes and workplaces?
15 Sep 2015
Inspired by The Great Recovery's work looking at the issue of bulky furniture waste, Sarah Horner reflects on the many lives of her own sofa.
11 Sep 2015
Craig Anderson FRSA
Craig Anderson OBE, Chief Executive of the Furniture Re-use Network, asks 'Are the waste and resources sectors having a reusable lightbulb moment when it comes to the circular economy?'
27 Aug 2015
In the UK most of our 'bulky waste' - items too large for a standard dustbin - still ends up in landfill or the incinerator. The Great Recovery's recent Design Residency has been investigating how we can change that.
24 Aug 2015
The majority of sofas in the UK are not re-used: how can we as consumers and citizens do our bit to ensure that our furniture stays out of landfill, and instead has a long life of use and re-use? Here are seven tips from The Great Recovery.
03 Jul 2015
Lucy Chamberlin reflects on the recent circular economy summit in Brussels and the complex realities involved in shifting Europe towards greater circularity.
27 May 2015
The Great Recovery team get to work deconstructing an old sofa, bringing the circular economy to life on the streets of Clerkenwell.
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