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Published on Oct 15, 2011
Gunter Pauli, the Belgian economist and entrepreneur has a plan to develop 100 manufacturing innovations with viable business models that could generate 100 million jobs in 10 years. All with zero emissions and no waste.
He calls it "The Blue Economy" with innovations covering the full gamut of industrial activity, from energy to mining, from medicine to banking ... all of it inspired by science and biometrics. And Pauli isn't all talk ... there's plenty of action in the many startup-style projects around the globe funded by his organisation Zero Emissions Research and Initiative, which is now a global network.
His talk at Sydney University for Sydney Ideas is titled: "The Blue Economy: 10 Years, 100 Innovations, 100 Million Jobs".