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Tag: Circular economy


Companies have choices when they enter the circular economy. Learn which business models make economic and environmental sense.


The circular economy takes a special form in low-income settings. It’s driven by individuals and emphasizes labour and resourcefulness over technological solutions. Its implementation has lessons for everyone.

The circular economy could reduce food waste and make agrifood more sustainable. But solutions aren’t automatic.

Discover what sustainability professionals are most curious about in 2023.

Social procurement is when companies buy from suppliers that create positive impact on society. One company’s story shows how to start doing social procurement.

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The circular economy offers potential, but metrics are still evolving. We identify core measures and remaining questions.

Business sustainability is not CSR, the triple bottom line, or shared value. It’s bigger, more systemic, and more long term.


“Mom’s Store Nepal” enables reuse of baby clothes. It’s a business model that supports families, the circular economy, and sustainability awareness.


Every business can take action on environmental sustainability. Learn how to make your impact on the planet more positive.

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Creating a circular economy requires involvement from businesses, the public sector, and researchers. Canada’s “Our Food Future” provides a model.

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