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What is the Great Recovery?

The current economic and environmental challenges of take, make, dispose manufacturing are becoming apparent. Increasing supply risk and rising costs of materials is putting pressure on businesses to change. We need to shift towards more circular systems and good design thinking is pivotal to this transition. The Great Recovery is building new networks to explore the issues, investigate innovation gaps and incubate new partnerships.

Re-design in the City

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Calling designers! Want to test some circular economy ideas but need machine and workshop time? Find out how to bag a residency place at our Innovation Hub this summer.

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OSCEdays hit Fab Lab London

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From maker spaces which foster circular design thinking to wearable tech fit for repair, reuse and material recovery – find out what the participants at OSCEdays London got up to.

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The Challenge for Democracy

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With the much anticipated new Circular Economy strategy from the EU Commission due towards the end of the year, Lucy Chamberlin reports from their recent stakeholder conference.

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REDESIGNING THE RAZOR – Teardown

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In pursuit of a razor design for the circular economy, Seb carries out teardowns and Life Cycle Assessments on current models.

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Legal barriers to circular economy: what are yours?

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The UK Environmental Law Association are asking for your help in identifying legal barriers to circularity. Click here to get involved and share your experiences.

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