The BBC has recently reported on the plans to expand Highly Protected Marine Areas (HPMAs), which are designed to conserve the environment and protect wildlife. Objections to the plans include the impact they could have on seafood businesses, for example by...
Category: Circular economy
As International Repair Day celebrates its third anniversary, Ulrike Ehgartner, Steffen Hirth and Dan Welch discuss the “Right to Repair” and endangered practices.
With 12.4 million people living in absolute low income poverty in the UK in 2016/17, continued uncertainty from Brexit, and persistent issues with the new benefits system, Universal Credit, life remains bleak for many in the UK.
Wouter Spekkink reports on the third international conference of the Global Research Forum on Sustainable Production and Consumption.
In June, Dr Helen Holmes held The Make Do and Mend Expo – an interactive event that brought together third-sector organisations to debate the future of community resilience.
The latest blog by SCI PhD student Patrick Gould weaves together reflections on climate change, disruption, time, consumption, normality and the circular economy, with current research and business and policy responses.