Regulation and the Circular Economy: Can the U.S. Turn the Tide on Plastic Pollution?
It would be an understatement to say that plastic pollution has become top of mind. Images of sea turtles tangled in plastic rings, ocean plastic trash heaps, and the idea that tiny plastic particles reside in fish, our water supply, and even people, have collectively heightened concerns. Here’s something to chew on: according to research, […]
World population is straining resources: reuse can help
It goes without saying: the bigger the Super Bowl party you have in mind, the more nachos and garlic shrimp you need. The same idea holds on a global scale. As world population continues to soar, we will all need more goods and services than ever before. And with record numbers of people moving to […]