A circular economy transformation could create 700,000 net additional jobs by 2040 and generate savings of up to $200 billion a year. Yet, while a shift from the “take-make-waste” model is gaining momentum, an opportunity exists for a more ambitious system reset as society emerges from the pandemic.
How can leaders scale up innovative solutions in plastics, electronics, food and more to accelerate the transition to a regenerative circular economy?
This session is associated with the following projects and initiatives of the World Economic Forum: Circular Economy and Material Value Chains, Scale360°, Global Plastic Action Partnership, and Global Battery Alliance.
Speakers: Stephen Carroll, Chew Shou Zi, Stientje van Veldhoven, Bilikiss Adebiyi-Abiola, Bertrand Camus, Antonia Gawel, Kristin Hughes, Henrique Guilherme Brammer Junior
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