Circular Economy Framework Lacks ‘Substance,’ According to Researchers

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This week, we heard insights from the Erb Intitute’s work helping to cultivate Corporate Political Responsibility; from the esteemed Paul Polman on the future of business; from Swedish researchers on the gaps in current circular economy efforts; and from Gold Standard on essential elements for next-generation carbon-offsetting schemes …






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‘Bringing Humanity Back to Business’: 10 Insights from Paul Polman

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