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Join NBS’s first Livestream to share thoughts, ask questions, and get practical insights on the circular economy. The LinkedIn Livestream will be Thursday, June 3 at 11:30 AM ET/ 3:30 PM GMT.


Companies can engage with the circular economy in four different ways. Here’s how to make your choice.

Food waste is an ethical and an environmental problem. It’s also a business opportunity, ready for innovative solutions.

The circular economy supports sustainability by enabling economic growth without greater resource use. Learn how it works.

The future of food means thinking differently. When manufacturers change their mindset, they can prevent waste and save money. Here’s what 50 companies show.

Current approaches to business — and business sustainability — are not working. Companies need a business model focused not only on profits, but also on waste.

Sustainability requires that we be sustainers or customers, but not consumers. “Consumer” is banned because consuming is unsustainable.

You can do a state-of-the-art analysis efficiently and effectively. Focus on only some materials, and use available data.

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If organizations built sustainability into purchasing, they could transform markets. This podcast describes how to realize that potential.

It sounds simple — one business’s waste becomes another’s input. But the reality is challenging. Three case studies provide best practices.

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