Instead, the airport pays for light as a service–and Philips, which designed the system, is responsible for recycling or reusing anything that breaks. Designers are traditionally part of the linear economy–creating products from raw materials that would eventually end up in a landfill.
But they’re beginning to consider the entire system and design products with materials that can be used in closed loops.
In 24 modules, designers and companies can explore how to design for the circular economy, from rethinking business models to taking inspiration from nature.“Design is central in this transition to the circular economy,” Grantham says.I'd gathered a few of Wall Street’s leading lights at New York’s “21” to address a pressing question: Was the bear market finally over?Most strategists were cautiously optimistic, predicting the S&P 500 index would end 2003 north of 1,000. When the ball dropped in Times Square 12 months later, the index was at 1,111.Wine and canapés will be provided through the night!The event is limited, so make sure to sign up in advance to book your place- email [email protected]
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