Circular economy is booming when ‘take, make, faink’ is slowing down
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Circular economy is booming when ‘take, make, faink’ is slowing down

This is for the first time in the history of industrial economic development, green business ( blue economy) which looks at both biological and non biological feedback systems to be sustainable (cradle to cradle approach compatible with industrial ecology framework) seems to be doing much better than the linear, ‘take, make, faink (dispose)’ economy. During the last five years, circular economy generated 100 bn … Continue reading

Four ways of learning for innovation
Innovation / Research

Four ways of learning for innovation

  The exchange of knowledge between formal and informal sector can take place at different levels of abstraction: The most basic level is the artefactual level, i.e. adaptation of form, features, and functions of a product, process, service or institutional design. The next level is the analogic/metaphorical level implying learning by approximation. Not the exact … Continue reading

Simmering of subtle change: AntiCafé of conviviality
Art Culture Society / Innovation

Simmering of subtle change: AntiCafé of conviviality

Europe is going through a tough time, a lot of questions which were never asked are being asked. But when the euro-zone is becoming suspect, the deficit is expanding, the social disaffection with politicians is increasing, the debate is becoming more intense. The unemployment rate in the South has gone up to 30-40 per cent … Continue reading