New regulations will soon push producers to consider more circular business models and delve deeper into their supply chains and product life cycles.
Ontario’s goal is a circular economy where landfills are the last resort, carbon emissions are minimized and valuable materials are regenerated and put back into the economy.
Mega trends are changing the way business is conducted - a new circular economic model is emerging.
As it turns out, there are an array of biases that sway our decisions about what to place in the green bin and what to throw away.
Mobile app 'Flashfood' will be launching in Toronto this fall and will aim to both reduce shoppers high grocery bills while cutting down on our city’s high level of food waste.
In the U.S. and around the world, a growing number of environmentalists and clothing industry executives say it’s time to end the wasteful clothing culture.
There are not only strong economic arguments for reducing plastic pollution, there's also strong environmental and health benefits.