Stockholm +50 is a key date on the environmental calendar. The meeting, convened by the UN, is particularly important this year given it is 50 years since the 1972 UN Conference and the establishment of the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP).
This year’s theme was “Stockholm+50: a healthy planet for the prosperity of all – our responsibility, our opportunity.”
Watch Jean, TES’s chief sustainability officer, as she joins a stellar panel of speakers to discuss the challenges related to the transboundary movement of secondary materials, and the role that the Basel Convention could play in facilitating the circular economy.
Questions in the session
- What role does the circular economy play within your company, and to what extent do you see the importance of secondary materials?
[32:25] Jump to question: https://youtu.be/o_Du-WNpNDg?t=1949
- What do you think of the idea of a public – private coalition taking this (the circular economy) forward?
[45:08] Jump to question: https://youtu.be/o_Du-WNpNDg?t=2708
- What is the importance of, and what are some of the issues you are running into with transboundary shipment of end-of-life materials?
[48:01] Jump to question: https://youtu.be/o_Du-WNpNDg?t=2877
- Where do you think we need to be going, and what would be the dream state by next year, and by 2030?
[1:00:55] Jump to question: https://youtu.be/o_Du-WNpNDg?t=3667
- Maayke Aimée Damen, Director Circular Economy, WBCSD
- Nicolas J.S. Lockhart, Partner, Sidley Austin LLP
- Pernilla Halldin, Head of Public Affairs, H&M
- Jean Cox Kearns, Chief Sustainability Officer, TES
- Gina Killikelly – Global Lead Circular Trade Policy, Dell Technologies
- Jack Barrie, Research Fellow, Chatham House
- Stientje van Veldhoven, Vice President/Regional Director Europe, World Resources Institute