Re-defining Value—The Manufacturing Revolution

Re-defining Value—The Manufacturing Revolution (2018, 272p; 56p Summary)

A report by produced by the International Resource Panel that stresses the need for a circular economic system to create a sustainable global economy, enabled by remanufacturing, refurbishing, repair, reuse, and value-retention processes, resulting in less waste, green jobs, and lower production costs.  The seven authors highlight systemic barriers that may inhibit progressive scale-up, and how they could be overcome.

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