Mariagiovanna Vetere

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Marigiovanna Vetere

Mariagiovanna Vetere
Global Public Affairs Manager, NatureWorks

Workshop MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 2018

Understanding Ingeo in a Circular Economy Context

This workshop provides an in-depth briefing on the role of Ingeo biomaterials in a low-carbon, circular economy from responsible sourcing to enabling appropriate recovery options like composting and recycling.

Experts in these areas from NatureWorks will cover topics such as: latest work in feedstock sustainability and certification, an update on relevant regional/global regulations, strategies and pilots to increase the recovery of Ingeo, and the latest Ingeo LCA and eco-profile data.


From Farm to Trash

Join Mariagiovanna Vetere, Global Public Affairs Manager, Tim Goodman, Cradle-to-Cradle Manager, and Dr. Norbert Schmitz from ISCC for an informal discussion and Q&A on end-of-life opportunities including recycling, composting, anaerobic digestion, and chemical recycling. They will also discuss sustainable agriculture and legislation from around the world.

About Mariagiovanna Vetere

As NatureWorks Global Public Affairs Manager, Mariagiovanna represents the company on public and legislative affairs. Responsibilities include product cradle-to-cradle options in a circular economy view, feedstock sustainability aspects, interfacing with relevant industry associations and external stakeholders, such as Government Institutions, Trade Associations like European Bioplastics, NGOs and Think tanks like Ellen MacArthur Foundation.


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You can create value by doing something that's good for the world, and I'm not talking about making money and then giving it away. I'm talking about the way you make money is by doing something that the world needs, and so that's what's so -- one of the things that's so inspiring about being here is that that is underlying all the businesses here.
Kaihan Krippendorf
Founder, Outthinker
I'm inspired from the standpoint that I'm coming back from the conference with an understanding of more of the material science. And that's really, really, really important because that means that it's going to impact work that I've got going on in the laboratory right now.
Jesse Hipps
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Justin Zeulner
Green Sports Alliance