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Interview – gospodarka cyrkularna

In their “Roadmap towards the Transition to "gospodarka cyrkularna”, the Polish government talks about maximisation of added value of resources and products, and minimisation of waste. A reflection on the transition towards a resource-efficient, innovative and competitive Polish economy.
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By |2020-11-30T14:57:15+00:00November 23rd, 2020|Blog, Embassies around Europe|Comments Off on Interview – gospodarka cyrkularna

Interview – How the British drink their circular tea?

The British and the Dutch are both committed to a more resource efficient circular economy keeping resources in use as long as possible, extracting maximum value from them and minimizing waste. This is an interview with Terence Speijer, Senior Commercial Attaché at the Dutch Embassy in London.
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By |2020-11-16T08:19:26+00:00November 9th, 2020|Blog, Embassies around Europe|Comments Off on Interview – How the British drink their circular tea?

#026 A Fertile and Loving Partnership

N2 Applied has developed a solution to harvest nitrogen from the air using electricity and develops this into an efficient fertiliser. This fertile love couple is shaking up the agri industry.
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By |2020-09-07T15:37:12+01:00September 7th, 2020|Green Challenge 2020, Stories|Comments Off on #026 A Fertile and Loving Partnership

Interview – Économie Circulaire en France

An elaborated interview on the differences and opportunities of CE in France with Leontine Schijf, senior advisor Circular Economy at the Dutch Embassy in Paris.
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By |2020-09-24T10:50:45+01:00September 6th, 2020|Blog, Embassies around Europe|Comments Off on Interview – Économie Circulaire en France

#014 Protecting marine life with a simple use of light

20% of the world population depends on fish to get their protein, causing overfishing and tremendous waste of 'by-catch'. Dan Watson felt frustrated by how slowly progress was being made in this industry to reduce by-catch and is now protecting marine life with simple use of light.
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By |2020-09-03T20:51:04+01:00August 26th, 2020|Green Challenge 2020, Stories|Comments Off on #014 Protecting marine life with a simple use of light

#016 A clever alternative to plastic packaging

Single use plastic packaging for food is already a huge global disaster recently exacerbated by the current climate and the need for more take away food alternatives. We meet SoluBlue, a company who have a clever design for a new material composed from seaweed which behaves just like plastic but quickly biodegrades and is totally safe for marine life.
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By |2020-09-03T13:31:32+01:00August 20th, 2020|Green Challenge 2020, Stories|Comments Off on #016 A clever alternative to plastic packaging

#024 Revolutionising Energy Recovery

Enjay is the first company in the world to use the hot exhaust air produced by a kitchen to then minimise operation costs of restaurants. They have developed a product called Lepido which will be shaking up the restaurant industry by enabling profitable energy recovery from kitchen ventilation systems.
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By |2020-08-26T13:26:28+01:00August 20th, 2020|Green Challenge 2020, Stories|Comments Off on #024 Revolutionising Energy Recovery

#015 We Borrow From Nature

The textiles industry is one of the biggest polluters in the world. The annual clothing volume for the UK alone requires over 20 billion litres of water to dye. At Colorifix, they use synthetic biology to copy how nature makes colours, by looking at DNA, which is used in the dying process.
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By |2020-08-18T11:23:31+01:00August 13th, 2020|Green Challenge 2020, Stories|Comments Off on #015 We Borrow From Nature