Deonna Anderson, Next City

Deonna Anderson

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San Francisco Bay Area, CA, United States

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Past articles by Deonna:

Economics in Brief: George Floyd’s Family Is Paying It Forward

Plus, a foundation says land acknowledgements are not enough. → Read More

Here’s How Philadelphia’s First Guaranteed Income Program Is Going

The pilot program provides 300 households with payments for 30 months. → Read More

Economics in Brief: IRS Audits Low-Income Earners More Than Millionaires

An L.A. bank is set to pay $31 million to the Justice Dept. over redlining. → Read More

Emerging Leaders: This climate tech deserves more investment

Next-generation sustainability professionals reflect on VERGE 22 and what climate tech they’d bet on. → Read More

5 documentaries exploring Indigenous wisdom and climate justice

Add these to your watch list. → Read More

Textile recycling, across the pond

Regulation, consumer demand and shareholders are pushing for more recycled textiles. → Read More

Textile recycling needs to scale — Circ raises $30 million to do just that

The Series B funding round is being led by Bill Gates-founded Breakthrough Energy Ventures. → Read More

Confronting the reality of inequitable access to recycling

Will investing in research, infrastructure and training improve the system? → Read More

This startup is automating supply chain links to fight e-waste

Apkudo announced a $14.4 million growth funding round on Feb. 8, 2022, that should help further the growth and development of its connected device platform. → Read More

Resale finds its second life

What's in store for 2022? A growing recommence sector in the circular economy. → Read More

Timberland wants your boots back

The company launched a takeback program and wants to extend the life of its footwear, apparel and accessories. → Read More

Interested in a circular economy job? There's a Ph.D. for that

A new program at the University of Pittsburgh, funded by Covestro, will focus on design with an emphasis on decreasing global waste through the reuse of materials. → Read More

What the supply chain crisis can teach us about how we shop

The supply chain, the climate, and you: All stressed for the same reason. → Read More

2 big ideas for counting down emissions by 2050 (or sooner)

Al Gore, Tzeporah Berman and Susan Ruffo offer solutions for addressing the impacts of climate change. → Read More

Loop adds in-store pickup and dropoff for reusable packaging

The company is partnering with retail and fast food companies for an in-person experience. → Read More

How some restaurants are taking out single-use takeout containers

Burger King, Just Salad and Salvage Hausu are very different restaurants but they're all experimenting with reuse. → Read More

Outdoor co-op REI nudges suppliers on climate and equity

The retailer, which reached $2.75 billion in revenue last year, expects existing partners to share a climate action plan by the end of 2021. → Read More

Walmart is aiming for zero emissions by 2040. How will it get there?

The company also said it wants to become "regenerative." → Read More

Episode 229: Grokking Gore, channeling Polman, P&G gets back to nature

Plus, GreenBiz 30 Under 30 honorees chat up the value of patience and the rewards of prioritizing racial justice and equity within the food system. → Read More

IKEA, Nordstrom, Walgreens on the many opportunities for circularity in retail

From recipes for recommerce to changing packaging ingredients, the retail sector is integral to adoption of the circular economy. Don't expect a cookie-cutter approach. → Read More