Achieving Zero Waste plays a significant role in reducing greenhouse gas emissions. It saves natural resources. Less waste means less plastic pollution and fewer toxic chemicals in our environment.
We seek to make systematic changes that have lasting impact. This means we work on laws and programmatic changes rather than focusing on individual behavior change.
Zero Waste Washington drives policy change for a healthy and waste-free world.
We envision a just, equitable, and sustainable future where we all produce, consume, and reuse responsibly.
FIX IT & REPAIR FAIRS
are free community gatherings in which people with repair skills share their time and talents to help fix their neighbors belongings.
are built on a sharing model that recognizes the importance of having access to resources but believes we don’t necessarily need to individually own all the things we use.
At their simplest, makerspaces, sometimes also known as FabLabs, techshops, or hackerspaces are collaborative work spaces. Though they may have certain specialties, they frequently offer the ability to explore and use technology and tools including 3D printers, laser cutters, industrial sewing machines, and other machining equipment.
Seattle Good Business Network is a coalition of residents, local businesses, non-profits, and municipal organizations. We envision a vibrant, inclusive, and sustainable local economy that supports resilient, prosperous, and joyful communities. Seattle Good Business Network connects and inspires people to buy, produce, and invest locally, so that everyone has a meaningful stake in the local economy.
Seattle Good Business Network connects and inspires people to buy, produce, and invest locally, so that everyone has a meaningful stake in the local economy.
Sustainable Seattle was founded in 1991 by a dedicated group of community members seeking to liberate the work of sustainability and make it community owned. Our vision is a thriving, regenerative, sustainable Seattle which centers reciprocity, liberation, and restored abundance.
Our work takes place on the traditional lands of the Duwamish, Suquamish, Stillaguamish, Muckleshoot, and many more Coast Salish Peoples.
We value collaboration, stewardship, and social justice. Sustainable Seattle is a proud sponsor of Circular PNW and Circular Supply Chain Network.
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We catalyze connectivity and innovation for a regenerative, restorative,
circular economy in the Pacific Northwest.
We are leveraging open source tools to practice and implement a zero waste circular economy in the Pacific Northwest.
We’re currently testing a closed alpha network to help the the Pacific Northwest build communities of practice around the circular economy. Sign up below for updates to our beta network platform launch - tell us why you’re interested in joining.
Millions of supply chain professionals (44m in the USA alone!) want to be connected to solve problems. The platforms that exist today (namely professional associations) do not provide the formats, frequency, and access (most have hefty membership fees) that today’s supply chain professional is looking for.
The Circular Supply Chain Network connects supply chain practitioners and thought leaders to explore how supply chain can accelerate the transition to a circular economy, and the capabilities and technologies we need to transform every supply chain into a circular supply chain.
Circular Seattle Art & Industry Initiative