Keynote Address #1 Climate and Circular Economy




The way in which the world uses physical materials has never been more important. Long-term prosperity will be impossible without achieving sustainable economies, including combating climate change, and more efficient use of physical resources. Recent years have seen high volatility, high prices and, in some cases, shortages of key materials, and how to make the most of material resources is at the center of the agenda from boardrooms to foreign ministries. Bold action in improving waste management would be a major contributor to solving these global problems.
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Novrizal Tahar
Solid Waste Management & Ministry of Forestry and Environment (KLHK)
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Kgauta Mokoena
Chief Director: Chemicals and Waste Policy Specialist Monitoring Services
Department of Forestry, Fisheries and the Environment (DFFE)
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Yang Cao
Senior researcher
SUS Environment (China)
Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Prof. Muhammed Yunus
Co-founder & Chairman,
Yunus Environment Hub
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Karan Khimji
Co-Founder and Chief Commercial Officer
44.01 (Sultanate of Oman)
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Dr. Simon Baptist

Global Chief Economist

The Economist Intelligence Unit (Singapore)

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