In the last part of the Circular Economy 2030 series, we look at how plastic bans would affect the circularity of packaging.
Part seven of eight in the circular economy 2030 series by TOMRA and FutureManagementGroup analyses the possible effects of deposit systems on the recycling value chain of the future.
Reuse as the primary circularity strategy could make a big difference in the world. Even though industry experts do not perceive it as the most probable scenario, it’s worth to consider which effects it would have on the global waste and recycling system.
This blog is part six of eight in the scenario analysis series: Circular Economy 2030
Can material innovation and chemical recycling be the solution. How would a world focussing on these technologies to solve the waste problem look like?
Part 5 of 8 in the CE 2030 scenarios series powered by TOMRA and FutureManagementGroup.
Part four of the future scenario looks at the role mechanical recycling can play in 2030 on the road to a truely circular economy.
Read part three of our fictional story from the future.
The story is about Riley Holmes, an investigative journalist, looking back on a time in which society committed to building a circular future.
Part two of the expactation scenario for the future of the circular economy and plastic waste.
Read, how the story continues on resociety.net:
This is part one of the expectation scenario for the future of the circular economy. It is based on a survey of ~70 industry experts on their assumptions about the future.
Read the whole scenario on resociety.net:
The next ten years will radically change the way goods are transported by road. Where they still exist, drivers will take on completely new roles. These are possible scenarios of how truck driving changes due to autonomous vehicles.
(Article is in German)