The Circular Economy is a term that is much used right now but not necessarily well understood. We currently live in a linear world. We take resources from the planet, make products and packaging, and then dispose of those resources. A circular economy envisages a world where all resources are kept circulating at their highest.
There are so many things that were wrong with David Cameron’s announcement yesterday during PMQs that all energy companies will be forced, through legislation, to put all consumers on the lowest tariff, that it is difficult to know where to start. FT has a good article on it, but I think there are three key things.
This is the third in the series of LabourList link-ups with SERA during the Copenhagen summit. One of the first rules of journalism is apparently “simplify, then exaggerate’. Judging from some of the press coverage and subsequent comments in the new media from the Copenhagen Summit this week, the rule appears to hold true. While it.