Episode 109: Coke and McDonald's war on waste; Davos dispatch
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1. Postcards from Davos
Amidst the conversations about trade, taxes and Trump at the World Economic Forum conference in Davos, there was some buzz about sustainability.
Among the evangelists were Rob Opsemer, systemic initiatives lead at the Ellen MacArthur Foundation, discussing two new circular economy initiatives (19:55); and Kevin Moss, global director of the World Resource Institute's business center (30:42).
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