In The Atlantic, Stacy Mitchell focuses on the Democrats’ forgotten role as small business champions, and on Elizabeth Warren’s reclaiming of the tradition.… Read More
In the News: Neil Seldman May 3, 2019 Media Outlet: Waste Advantage Director of the Waste to Wealth initiative, Neil Seldman, details the history of recycling as a movement and makes the case for why recycling is still relevant. He outlines 5 … Read More
In the News: Neil Seldman April 11, 2019 Media Outlet: Waste 360 Director of the Waste to Wealth initiative Neil Seldman explains how cities and towns can make the single stream recycling model work. Scale and ownership are key factors in the equation. … Read More
Director of the Waste to Wealth initiative Neil Seldman explains why U.S. recycling will survive despite media narratives that claim the end of recycling is near. Neil and co-author Peter Anderson detail how the recycling industry can adjust and thrive given new circumstances.… Read More
In Fortune, we detail how cashless retail entrenches big banks, steps cities and states are taking to regulate it, and the ultimate effect credit card fees have on small businesses and the economy at large.… Read More
The FTC recently gave Staples the green light to buy one of the two wholesalers that sell to independent office supply dealers. The decision hardly made a blip in the news cycle. But it sheds enormous insight into the origins of the big-get-bigger U.S. economy.
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In the News: Neil Seldman January 28th, 2019 Media Outlet: Next City ILSR co-founder Neil Seldman argues that the market for American recyclables is quite strong. Despite China halting their imports of U.S. recycled material, there is still lots … Read More