Circular Innovation for the Economic Reset | Sustainable Development Summit 2020

World Economic Forum

Published on Jan 12, 2021

A transition towards the circular economy has the potential to yield $4.5 trillion by 2030 while helping to achieve climate change objectives. However, to achieve this there is a need for innovation in a wide range of industries over many material streams. How can leaders encourage new ideas and surface opportunities to accelerate this transition, as they shape more resilient economies and supply chains?

Discover and debate how to scale up: 1. Circular innovation ecosystems 2. New circular strategies for a net-zero industry transition 3. Regional and country efforts towards a resilient circular economy

Speakers: Malek Sukkar, Stientje van Veldhoven, Sheikha Shamma bint Sultan bin Khalifa Al Nahyan, Audrey Choi, Alan Knight, Joy Kategekwa, Olya Krestyaninova, Dany Qian, Arjun Mohan, Christopher Wellise, Leslie Johnston, Antonia Gawel, Thani Ahmed Al Zeyoudi, Kevin Kanina Kariuki

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