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In much of the world, sustainability is the order of the day. But what exactly does the term mean? The basic idea is dealing with energy and raw materials more carefully and with greater forethought than people often have in the past. For example, it means not letting plastic waste get out of hand, even though the material makes our lives easier. Or how hydrogen can be produced on an industrial scale in an environmentally sound way. Sustainability ought to show societies and companies the path to a livable future.


Greenhouse Effect in Reverse

In just a few years, CO2 will be a much sought-after raw material that will replace fossil resources. The reason: CO2 contains carbon, the raw material for plastic.

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The Optimist

Will the world’s resources be plentiful enough for 10 billion people? Certainly, says Swedish historian and author Johan Norberg. With progress and openness to new ideas and developments.

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City – Sand – River

Except for water, no resource on the planet is in greater demand than sand. It is in high demand for building construction and increasingly in short supply.

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A Material from the Bark of a Tree

Natural rubber, sometimes called caoutchouc, is the raw material used in making what we simply call rubber. Thailand is the world’s biggest exporter of natural rubber.

It is where the first plantations and producers are turning to sustainable cultivation methods – by abandoning pesticides and monoculture, for example.

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