Textile recycling, across the pond

Textile recycling, across the pond

This article originally appeared in our Circularity Weekly newsletter. Subscribe here.Imagine if a significant portion of the textiles that cannot be reused in their current form could be recycled. That’s part of the vision for the base-case and upside-case...
Lessons from Google’s clean energy agenda

Lessons from Google’s clean energy agenda

When I think about the list of companies defining the field of corporate renewable energy procurement — and that continues to do so — tech giant Google is at the top of my list.Sure, technically speaking Amazon is the world’s largest clean power buyer, with 10...
What should a climate emergency look like?

What should a climate emergency look like?

Reprinted from GreenBuzz, a free weekly newsletter. Subscribe here.You probably don’t need both hands to count the number of columns I’ve written about politics and policy. It’s not that I don’t care about either; indeed, I’m a bit of a political junkie. But...
Unlearning what we know about chemistry

Unlearning what we know about chemistry

I watched the livestreamed portion of the Ellen MacArthur Foundation’s annual summit as a salve from the sting of not being able to attend in person. First things first, it didn’t work — I’m still quite disappointed I couldn’t attend. I will say, though, that the...