Why the Conversation on Plastics Needs to Change

Why the Conversation on Plastics Needs to Change

This graph is the reality of the plastics industry. Regardless of all the bans, new taxes (France) and evangelical anti-plastic rhetoric, nothing is going to change this graph. Furthermore there are around 40,000 different types of plastics in the market, in use today...
Plastics – Let’s start by Plugging Up the Gaps

Plastics – Let’s start by Plugging Up the Gaps

The Asian Plastics & Packaging Agreement (APPA) was officially released on 01 October 2018 as a work in progress. While the targets will not change nor the requirement for more R&D and an administrative agency in each country to build, maintain and manage a...
Circular Asia 2050

Circular Asia 2050

This article is a hypothetical view of a Circular Asia in 2050 based on the assumption that policy makers enthusiastically embrace the Circular Economy in 2018. It is the final article in a series of three based on the topics from The Economist Sustainability Summit,...
Is the Circular Economy Achievable in Asia?

Is the Circular Economy Achievable in Asia?

On the 15th of November 2018 The Economist will host the Sustainability Summit, kicking off with an Oxford style debate where two protagonists will endeavour to sway the audience as to whether or not the Circular Economy (CE) is achievable in Asia. This is a big...
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