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Are we really for “green”?

Are we really for a green environment, sustainability, circular economy? Of course we are. We all love it,  but… One thing is to agree on principle, quite a different matter is to apply those principle and bear the consequences… I guess that we need to recognise that the world we …

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Green is great, if it is cheap…

Few days ago I saw the results of a poll inquiring on the reasons why customers may not choose an eco-friendly product. I should say it did not surprise me at all to see that the main reason, by far, is the price tag. If an eco-friendly product costs more …

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Megatrends for this decade – XXI

A circular economy representation having in the central part the value adding chain (component production, final product manufacturing/assembling and service creation, on the right end side the usage part including all life extending activity and eventually the parts recycling. On the left hand side the use of waste and its …

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Planning for the New World – VI

Restoring the Health of the Environment That this insignificant species called Home Sapiens Sapiens is having an impact on the planet is no longer debatable: every hour humankind is destroying 18 million square meters of forest with agriculture being the leading cause; 750 billion tons of CO2 are exchanged by …

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