Number # 16

Renewable Matter

2017 May-June

A passport for materials: it is the revolutionary vision of the Dutch Thomas Rau and Sabine Oberhuber, told in an interview. One of the fathers of the circular economy, Walter R. Stahel, explains the importance of extending the life of goods. Also in the fashion sector, to which the focus of this issue is dedicated.

Summary
Sustainability Is Fashionable by Antonio Cianciullo
Stop Death (of Objects) by Emanuele Bompan
Closing the Circle is Just One Option by Antonella Ilaria Totaro
Water vs. Coal. South Africa's Filthy War by Emanuele Bompan
The Bioeconomy is the New Force de Frappe by Mario Bonaccorso
Towards Circular Public Procurement in France by Adrian Deboutière
Brewing with Leftover Bread by Shyaam Ramkumar
Fashion, Cannibals and Forks by Marco Ricchetti
Jeans for Rent by Antonella Ilaria Totaro
Rethinking the Function of the Fridge by Freija van Holsteijn
DS Smith: The Power of Less by Ilaria N. Brambilla
Symbiosis & Innovation by Sergio Ferraris
From Sheets to Packaging to Newspapers by Rudi Bressa
The Double Life of Peach and Apricot Kernels by Silvia Zamboni
When the States Invade Canada by Roberto Giovannini
The Hard Things to Say by Federico Pedrocchi
A Kingdom Disunited by Waste by Silvia Zamboni
Good Fibre Packaging by Rudi Bressa