Reducing plastic waste in oceans was a key focus of innovation in in 2016 as a slew of big companies joined the global resource efficiency drive

There’s no question that the circular economy is big business. Four out of 10 of the world’s most valuable brands (Apple, Coca-Cola, Google and IBM) have signed up to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation Circular Economy 100 to accelerate this transition through global collaboration. In 2016, more big names jumped...

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Maxine Perella  circular economy  ocean waste  resource efficiency  recylcing 

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