Circularlize it yourself

March 14, 2019

The part of big problems that we often forget is that they can be a tremendous source of inspiration for creative solutions. We've learned that from our experience working to change the apparel and textile manufacturing industry from linear to circular. Success isn't from one big change, it's from thousands of small changes. The design and redesign of all the parts coming together to shift towards a more regenerative model of thinking about social, cultural, natural, and human capital.

If you are looking for ways you can contribute, develop your ideas, or collaborate and implement change in your work, check out this amazing Circular Design Guide put together by the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and IDEO. It is full of the inspiration, concepts, and resources to help you participate in the Circular Revolution.


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