Articles about Circular Economy

Nature-inspired Climate Change Solutions to be Showcased at Inaugural Circular Economy Event.

The $100,000 Ray of Hope Prize® will be awarded to one of seven teams of biomimicry entrepreneurs at GreenBiz’s Circularity 19

Seven international entrepreneurial teams will take the stage at GreenBiz Group’s Circularity 19 event in Minneapolis this June to find out who will win the world’s premiere biomimicry design prize.

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Michael Molitor to Present "The Sustainable High Growth Revolution" at Georgia Tech's Scheller College

Hosted by the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business

Michael Molitor, Senior Fellow of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation will present "The Sustainable High Growth Revolution" in a program hosted by the Ray C. Anderson Center for Sustainable Business at Georgia Tech on Monday, September 26th.

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Find the Stocks that Offer Innovation, Not Just Growth

Reprinted from Institutional Investor

This story implicitly highlights one of the most prominent features of capital markets — and one that is largely responsible for why growth is now anemic worldwide — that capital chases only risk-adjusted returns, with no interest in the impact of the resulting investments on driving sufficient economic growth.

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Foundation to Award First Ray of Hope Prize for Biomimicry Global Design Challenge at Bioneers

One finalist team will win the Ray C. Anderson Foundation’s $100,000 grand prize for a nature-inspired food-systems solution.

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Ray C. Anderson Foundation Names Michael Molitor as Senior Fellow

Researcher and Writer is an Expert on Resource Productivity and the Circular Economy

Michael Molitor, an academic, consultant and expert on the circular economy has recently been named a Senior Fellow of the Ray C. Anderson Foundation.

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Biomimicry Global Design Challenge Teams Up with Living Future Institute

Living Product Prize will Encourage Development of Products that Work in Harmony with Nature

Can we design products that function as elegantly as anything found in the natural world? And can those products mimic nature’s design principles? That is the goal of the Living Product Prize, a new initiative of the Biomimicry Global Design Challenge, an annual team competition from the Biomimicry Institute that focuses on accelerating the development of nature-inspired solutions to critical sustainability issues.

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Foundation Awards Grant to Presidio Graduate School

Ray C. Anderson Circle for Capstone Course and Industrial Revolutionaries Scholarship Program

The Foundation awarded a grant to the Presidio Graduate School to enable them to evolve their current Integrated Capstone course into a more robust program, modeled on a true business accelerator, while also seeding a scholarship fund for incoming students.

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Bioneers 2016: Biomimicry Food Systems & Gender Inequity

Ray of Hope Prize to be Awarded at Bioneers 2016

Bioneers 2016 National Conference has announced two special programs around Biomimicry Food Systems and Gender Equity & Reconciliation. The Ray of Hope Prize will be Awarded at Bioneers.

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Biomimicry: using nature's designs to transform agriculture

Reprinted from The Guardian

From lab-grown burgers to farms monitored by sensors and drones, technology lies at the heart of many of today’s sustainable food solutions. Now, the Biomimicry Institute, a Montana-based nonprofit, is taking the trend a step further with its new Food Systems Design Challenge, encouraging a cadre of entrepreneurs to improve the food production system by emulating techniques and processes found in nature.

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Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Business is #1 in US in Corporate Knights' Better World MBA Rankings

#6 in Global Rankings

Georgia Tech's Scheller College of Business has been ranked #1 in U.S. and #6 Globally in Corporate Knights' Better World MBA Rankings for 2015

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