News, views and articles about Resource Futures and our role in developing the circular economy.
Allan Sandilands, Senior Consultant at Resource Futures' Scotland office, looks at the positive changes taking place in Scotland that the whole of the UK can consider following the recent announcement the Scottish First Minister. Read more at CIWM Online Journalread more
Agnieszka Chruszcz, Senior Consultant at Resource Futures, talks about her “Morse-moments” when collecting data on resource efficiency, and what evidence can really help to deliver. Read more at CIWM Online Journalread more
David Lerpiniere, Principal Consultant at Resource Futures, ponders why one of the most widely and easily recyclable materials, plastic, is still playing havoc with our waterways. He says we need to make better progress in designing out single-use plastic item. Read more at CIWM Online Journal.read more
The Community RePaint Network, managed by Resource Futures, wins Best Community Recycling Initiative in the Awards for Excellence organised by letsrecycle.comread more
This news update was released by the Brighton & Hove environmental education project (BHee). BHee is a partnership service delivered by Resource Futures and Sussex Wildlife Trust.
A 10 year-old girl from Hove has won a prestigious poetry prize for her poem ‘Why do people disrespect pigeons?’.read more
Our senior consultant Emma Clarke is featured in this years MRW Handbook with an article on reuse. Last year’s handbook discussed the ambitions to push reuse into the mainstream. Now a year later we've made steps in the right direction, but there is still some way to go.read more
Over 100 people attended the recent Bristol Reuse Festival showing that the practice of reuse is alive and kicking in the city.read more
Resource Futures has announced that it has become a Certified B Corp, part of a global movement to redefine success in business. At an event to mark its ten-year anniversary, CEO, Sam Reeve, announced that it would be joining nearly 2,000 B Corporations from more than 130 industries in 50 countries using business as a force for good.read more