As the French government discusses a bill on the circular economy, let us take a step back on the process by which the industrial agenda of plastic is constituted.
We often talk about the importance of a systemic vision of industrial problems. This is especially the case when it comes to plastics.
It’s dinner time in 2131. Paris is affected by a strange illness, but this won’t stop Victoria from discovering new foods and friends!
What we will eat in the future is determined by collective trends and challenges, some of which are already known today. What answers will the market, the states, or even the philosophical reflection bring to these trends and challenges? Can the future of the agri-food sector be read in cornflakes?
Renewal in the space sector leads to technological innovations, geopolitical rivalries, but also philosophical questions. What is the ideal that drives NewSpace?