Sweden is considering tax breaks to encourage repair, and a store selling food that’s been discarded by supermarkets has opened in the U.K.
A nonprofit recycling operation in Minnesota has received nearly $10 million from the Closed Loop Fund and other investors.
Leaders in Canada’s largest city have approved a goal of diverting 70 percent of residential materials from landfill by 2026.
After operating within the framework of “take, make, dispose” for so long, can major corporations, retailers and consumers acclimate to a circular economy?
A bill in the U.S. House of Representatives aims to create a federal grant program providing up to $100 million a year to build large-scale composting and anaerobic digestion facilities.
Even the most well-intentioned residents don’t always recycle. According to a recent set of studies, the reason why may be more complicated than just laziness or a lack of access.