This coloured history includes Henry David Thoreau’s Walden, a work of literary and personal discovery, John Muir’s conservationism, Rachel Carson’s denouncement of pesticides in Silent Spring, and the anti-nuclear environmentalist movement. And the list goes on: Lester Brown’s research and work with the Worldwatch Institute; Amory Lovins and his Rocky Mountain Institute; and Bill McKibben, founder of the first global movement to put an end to climate change. Finally, in recent times we have seen the birth of the Sunrise Movement and a wave of popular support for the Green New Deal, embodied by Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez (AOC). However, in spite of all this, the propagation of the circular economy concept in the US has been limited. Until a few months ago th...