According to the Ellen MacArthur Foundation “A circular economy is one that is restorative and regenerative by design.” The big challenge for innovators and pioneers is to design products, services and businesses that are good for people, the planet and business. Over the past few years some companies have developed a Circular Design Guide. The question is: how can design actually help in the transition to a more circular economy? To better understand this on-going shift in the design and academia world, Renewable Matter interviewed professor Martin Charter, Director of The Centre for Sustainable Design® at UCA, and co-founder of the Farnham Repair Café.   Martin, with many years of experience in sustainability you have developed a deep understanding of the sector. Do...