The Circular Economy portfolio designs circular businesses, products, services, materials, value chains, and behaviors in support of thriving natural, social, and financial systems.
The circular economy is a model that connects people, business and natural systems. In a moment when our resource consumption is pushing us towards planetary boundaries, the circular economy reimagines how businesses, products, and services are designed, experienced, and valued. It provides both bridges and beacons—driving a new economic model that is regenerative by design.
How might we provide solutions or outcomes to customers versus selling products transactionally?
How might we develop ways to reduce waste and derive more ongoing value from products and materials?
How might we design logistics and packaging that offer convenience, better resource utilization and reduced waste and pollution?
How might we create shared value between brands, communities, the environment, and the economy?
How might we explore the role of materials in boosting the circularity of products and packaging?
The CE portfolio re-examines food and textile systems from start to re-start. Our first sprints can be seen here, where ecosystems of stakeholders design processes from production to delivery and recovery.
Where do we start redesigning systems? With what’s broken or what’s missing? Your approach might differ from your neighbor’s; yet, navigating the path between opposing ideas leads to more holistic results. Learn about circular economy design tactics we’ve distilled through our sprints:
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