There’s still time to start your submission for the Petrochemicals and Climate Change Conference! The conference is taking place at the University of Cambridge, 1st – 3rd July...
Wind power supply chains are evolving as markets expand to reach climate goals. With the largest installed wind power capacity globally, China must deal with increasing composite turbine...
Takuma, Jonathan, Andre, and Zhi highlight the vast scale of growth in concrete demand and emissions over the last 30 years.
Researchers present seven planet-compatible pathways the chemical industry could follow to reach net zero by 2050.
Nuclear electrical generation can only play a role in the future of global energy if it can ensure its use of fuels, primarily uranium, is sustainable. This sustainability...
This study uses a stock-flow-service nexus to evaluate seven key strategies available to reduce carbon emissions and build a low-carbon economy.
A new report on Low carbon concrete technologies by Aurelia Hibbert, Jonathan Cullen, and Michal Drewniok has been released.
Tracking material flows and calculating the efficiency of material systems are key steps for providing goods and services with less material input.
To kick off the academic year, several members of the Refficiency Collective travelled to Vienna for the 14th ISIE Socio-economic metabolism conference.
For World Statistics Day 2022, we are celebrating by sharing some important and some lighthearted statistics from the Resource Efficiency Collective.