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EPEA neues Mitglied der Umweltpartnerschaft Hamburg
European Strategy for Plastics in a Circular Economy: Cradle to Cradle as a solution
ARD-Beitrag “Giftige Drucker: Warum Dreckschleudern den Blauen Engel bekommen”
Michael Braungart & William McDonough win prestigious WorldGBC David Gottfried Award
New EPEA Image Film displays our daily ambition with Cradle to Cradle
In combination with the release of the new EPEA Image film, we have relaunched our EPEA website. The refreshed internet presence is another step to promote the communication of EPEA and our work with the Cradle to Cradle design concept. New features will be implemented in the coming months, focusing on the practical implementation of […]
On 28th July 2017, the WiN Emscher-Lippe GmbH in collaboration with EPEA invited to an excursion to the Venlo City Hall, which was carried out as part of the subproject “cirC2ess” and in the aftermath of the “circular economy” progress forum. The excursion was the start of a three-part series of events, supplemented by two […]
The scientific paper, written by EPEA CEO Prof. Michael Braungart and Cedric Wintraecken, was published in the ‘June – Annual on Sustainability’ issue of the Indian Chemical Industry Digest.
Black Bear announces that Black Bear’s carbon black has received an official Cradle to Cradle Certified™ Bronze Certificate, assessed by the Environmental Protection Encouragement Agency (EPEA). This is the first time that a carbon black has received this certification. “This certification is a clear demonstration of our commitment to accelerating the transition towards a circular […]
EPEA CEO Prof. Dr. Michael Braungart discussed in an interview with the “Deutschlandfunk” the possible effects of a US exit from the Paris Climate Agreement. This development could also be a chance, since climate protection has already entered society and the future should no longer be delegated to politics. The interesting interview (in German) is […]