Episode 105: China's war on waste, what's next for renewables
The Year Ahead
Sustainability leaders discuss their hopes for 2018.
1. Nicole Lederer, chairman, co-founder of Environmental Entrepreneurs (5:50)
2. Bill McDonough, architect, co-author, "Cradle to Cradle" (20:55)
3. Will Sarni, founder, CEO, Water Foundry (33:05)
4. Peter Kelly-Detwiler, co-founder, NorthBridge Energy Partners (50:35)
Week in Review
Tune in around 6:25 for a weekly roundup of news.
1. A requiem for a recycling outlet (23:00)
Next year, China, the world's leading importer of waste and recyclables, is introducing a de-facto ban on foreign paper, e-waste and plastic. Is this a challenge or a blessing in disguise to the U.S. manufacturing industry? Associate Editor Anya Khalamayzer finds out in "U.S. companies deconstruct China's recycling import ban."
2. Jules of energy (34:10)
Jules Kortenhorst, CEO of Rocky Mountain Institute, discusses his short-term outlook for the clean energy transition in 2018 with Editorial Director Heather Clancy.
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