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Circular Economy / 01.08.2018

Carbon is bad for the climate; that’s now common knowledge. But there is also “good” carbon, which makes it possible for us to store CO2and helps us to cool the climate down. The ‘Fachverband Pflanzenkohle’ [Specialist Association for Vegetable Carbon] now intends to provide information and support for “good” carbon. Dr Susanne Vester, Chairperson of the Fachverband Pflanzenkohle, explained to me everything that the “good” vegetable carbon is capable of and how it is produced:   “Vegetable carbon has many properties! It is used as an additive in skin cream, feed,...

Circular Economy / 24.07.2018

thinkstep and Thinking Circular have joined forces to offer workshops and solutions to guide businesses in implementing Circular Economy as a means of reaching their Sustainable Development Goals. Currently listed on the UN Sustainable Development Goals Help Desk to assist businesses, on August 1 (3pm-4pm CET) thinkstep and Thinking Circular will hold a joint webinar entitled Circular Economy Policies – Tackling Your Strategy. Global challenges and new legislation are forcing companies to rethink their material resource strategies. Now businesses need integrative concepts for supply chains and materials flows (design...

Circular Economy, highlights / 08.06.2018

80% of the world’s phosphorus is found in natural mines in just four countries on the planet. Only a handful of companies in the world produce phosphorus. Europe and Germany in particular is the most dependent on imports, specifically by 95%. Neither deposits nor production capacities can be considered to be secure. In addition, phosphorus thins out and virtually disappears on the earth, as it is repeatedly dispersed. This is because 90% of the phosphorus mined as phosphate ore is used in food manufacturing. However, out of the...

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