“It begins with an ethos of responsibility for the whole — to mimic nature’s quest to give back more than it takes. We must accept our role as contributing members of a larger system and allow that ethos to inform our day-to-day decisions,” says Dakota Walker, associate project manager and research analyst at Terrapin Bright Green, where he helps to develop advanced resource use strategies that align the built environment with the natural environment.
Utilizing artificial intelligence, blockchain technologies and data from Internet of Things’ devices, WasteLedger pursues the goal to digitize and automate compliance, monitoring & reporting for waste management logistics – raising traceability, transparency & trust throughout the entire reverse supply chain. We spoke with Dr. Azadeh Dindarian, CEO of WasteLedger, about their ambitions.
“I think we need to be more transparent, curios and more accepting about what we can do, what we can contribute to, and what we can learn from someone else”, says Ann-Marie Zachrisson, who works in development and research at RISE – Research Institute of Sweden, where she focuses on bio based materials, mostly wood as raw material.