Antonis Mavropoulos discusses with Vassilis Karagiannis, about the viability of the current development model and the potential of the 4th Industrial Revolution, to address the problem of the destruction of our planet’s resources.
Antonis Mavropoulos is a chemical engineer, who has been working for 25 years of solid waste management. He has worked in 4 different continents and in a total of 25 countries having completed more than 100 international projects. In 2016, he was elected as president of ISWA, an international ΝΚΟ consisting of 40,000 scientists working on solid waste management. In this position, he is working on the major challenges of climate change, environmental impact, globalization and the cyclical economy.
The discussion explores the latest trends and changes in waste and resource management, and how new technologies can help to preserve our environment.