Applying the Circular Economy Lens to Water

Moving to a circular economy of water is about synchronising with and then optimising natural water cycles rather than a shifting to new paradigm. Nature already circulates water effectively and has processes that regulate flow, maintain high quality and insure against drought. By using nature as a mentor and applying circular economy principles such as systems thinking, closed loop systems and retention of value, it should be possible to avert the water crisis that many predict and secure an abundant, resilient and regenerative water future for all.

Why Better Farming Is Vital for Textile Companies Like Patagonia

With mounting evidence that regenerative techniques offer economic and environmental advantages in the 21st century, the development of a narrative and conversation around the importance of better farming for clothing could be crucial, both in terms of developing an effective agricultural system, and the application of the circular economy to textiles.