Systems Thinking and How It Can Help Build a Sustainable World

Division News | July 12, 2018 In Brief Humanity stands at a precipice.  Overpopulation, resource scarcities, degraded ecosystem functioning from... Read More

Limit of 300 Gliders Per Small Manufacturer Suspended, EPA Says

Division News | July 12, 2018
Transport Topics The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has suspended through the end of 2019 a cap on the number of glider kits that a single... Read More

Rethinking Sustainability in Light of the EU’s New Circular Economy Policy

Division News | July 12, 2018
Harvard Business Review With the EU’s passage of the Circular Economy Package in April, many European companies are now facing mandates to reuse... Read More

Volvo Trucks North America Names New President

Division News | June 29, 2018 Peter Voorhoeve has been appointed president of Volvo Trucks North America, succeeding Göran Nyberg who left the company in... Read More

Better Data and Metrics: Next Steps in Powering a Circular Economy?

Division News | June 29, 2018
Sustainable Brands Scotland remains one of the world’s leading nations on circular economy thinking — this year Glasgow will host the Circular... Read More

SNT: Powering Up Dead Car Batteries is not a Problem

Division News | June 29, 2018
Recycling International When it comes to cars, the future is electric. That much is clear when running the numbers; a new Bloomberg report... Read More

CP Contracts with Progress Rail to Rebuild Locomotives

Division News | June 29, 2018
Progressive Railroading Canadian Pacific has awarded a contract to rebuild 30 EMD locomotives to Progress Rail, which will remanufacture the units... Read More

Camso Reveals Remanufacturing Line to Public

Division News | June 29, 2018
The Emporia Gazette Camso is breathing fresh life into old treads and wheels with its newest process — remanufacturing, which it began offering... Read More

What Are You Getting When You Buy a Refurbished Vitamix?

Division News | June 22, 2018
The Strategist Even if you love a good deal, there are some situations when a price seems suspiciously low. That’s certainly been my experience... Read More

Korea Aerospace Industries To Set Up Country's First Aircraft MRO Firm

Division News | June 22, 2018 Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI) will set up Seoul’s first aircraft maintenance, repair and overhaul (MRO) company in July this... Read More