From Apparel to Packaging

Intercontinental Buckhead

May 18, 2022 12:30 pm CST

Transitioning to a renewable, circular, bioeconomy is crucial. This transformation could help address climate change and biodiversity loss, avoid reliance on harmful and non-renewable materials, divert financial risk and create economic opportunity, with a market for bio-based products projected to grow to $7.7 trillion by 2030. But shifting from finite and often petroleum-derived materials to a renewable, biobased economy brings not just new solutions, but also new challenges.

With competing biomass demand between food, fuel, fiber and other applications, finding the right balance to sustainably manage natural capital while remaining within planetary boundaries will be key. Join this session to explore the opportunities and limitations of biobased solutions across sectors, and how your company can support a sustainable, regenerative transition.

Opportunities in Bioplastics and the Bioeconomy

Berry Global Webinar Presenter - Rob Flores
Rob Flores

Vice President of Sustainability
Berry Global

Indiana, IN | USA