Linear to Circular
We turn problems into solutions
Tell us about your waste challenge and we'll help you find a beneficial use for it.
L2C can help you close loops with advisory services, as well as by directly analyzing your wastes, developing possibilities, and creating socially valuable products. Whether you want to increase recycling, reduce waste generation, or create something useful with your waste, we're here to help.
L2C provides executive advisory services to help organizations reduce their environmental impacts, as well as related risks, while delivering on targets.
Morph is an L2C effort that identifies waste sources with which to develop socially valuable products. We'll be launching our first ones soon (the bags to the right). You can read about that effort on the Morph site.
If you have a waste source you'd like for us to look at, please send us a note.
The portion of customers demanding that businesses deal with the waste they enable is continually growing. We can help you close the loop by reducing the waste your business generates and optimizing the use of what's left. If this is of interest, we're always up for discussing possibilities.
Systemic design is a holistic approach to problem-solving that addresses the interconnected nature of systems and seeks to address root problems. It helps businesses to tackle complex challenges more comprehensively and effectively, offering more sustainable solutions.
Learn more about our process.
L2C partners with the Circular Design Lab on a variety of efforts and our founder is a frequent moderator and keynote speaker at events related to the circular economy and social innovation. Let us know if we can help.
L2C's systemic design framework combines systems thinking and design in a structured process that was designed to be useful for newcomer's to systemic design, as well as those who have deep experience with it.
Like it or not, the way we do business is changing. A planet of seven-plus billion needs a different operating system from the one that had far fewer people. Fortunately, the Linear to Circular transition is already underway. Around the globe, positive transformations are happening, but many communities and organizations need to kick it in gear.
Fortunately, we know can do better. And doing so can lead to direct financial benefits, as well as indirect benefits like increased employee engagement and customer satisfaction.
If you’re ready to head down this path or just interested in exploring opportunities, please reach out.
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