Number # 26

Renewable Matter

2019 March-April

The right to repair, OpEd by Gay Gordon-Byrne. A story of ice by Fabiano Ventura, photographer. Exclusive: the end of life of ships. Dossier: the bioeconomy to produce energy. Amorim and the ethical cork.

Summary

EDITORIALS

Europe on the Edge
by Emanuele Bompan

Repairing the Economy
by Gay Gordon-Byrne

THINK TANK

Policy: The Circular Designer's Secret Weapon
by Joe Iles

Recognising Resources Are Limited by Granting Them an Identity
by Alessandro Speccher

The Circular Economy Club: A "Glocal" Project
by Editorial Staff , interview with Anna Tarí

IN DEPTH

Keeping Track of Ice
by Editorial Staff

POLICY

Sustainable Shipbreaking: A Pending Issue
by Irene Baños Ruiz

Circular Seaweed
by Francesco Bassetti

A Full Boost Bioeconomy
by Mario Bonaccorso

The Right to Repair
by Giorgia Marino

WORLD

Reuse and New European Directives: Basic Guidelines
by Pietro Luppi, Alessandro Strada, Karin Bolin

From Plastics to Oil
by Katie Pyzyk

Turning Cork Ethical
by Rudi Bressa

Nørrona: Outdoor Fashion Changes Clothes
by Emanuele Bompan

STARTUP
by Antonella Ilaria Totaro

Cruz Foam: Making Packaging from Shellfish
Ioniqa: Virgin PET from Non-recyclable Packaging
Yescapa: Private Campervan Hire
Subscription Electronics with Grover

THINKING RESILIENCE

What a Waste
by Richard Heinberg

CIRCULAR BY LAW

The Circular Economy Makes Progress, Climate Actions Stall
by Francesco Petrucci