In case you haven't known,
In case you haven’t known, more than 80% of the 8 million tonnes of plastic found in the oceans derived from Asia. Our planet is bearing the consequences of our ways of living, consuming and producing. There is never a better time than now to rethink the impact we have done to this Earth and improve our ways in reducing this percentage.
This talk will feature Arthur Huang as he provides his insights and achievements in finding innovative technical solutions to turn any type of waste into high-performance materials.
Find out what is our actual carbon footprint and how can we reduce our impact on the environment.
About Arthur Huang:
Engineer, an architect, and 2016 National Geographic Emerging Explorer Arthur Huang, is also the founder of ‘closed loop’ firm Miniwiz that turns post-consumer trash such as discarded plastics, apparel, and even cigarette butts into “high-performance materials” to build everything from sailboats to skyscrapers and consumer goods products.
Under Arthur Huang’s leadership, Miniwiz is today a global leader in post-consumer recycling technology through its innovative architectural projects throughout Asia and the rest of the world, such as a project to turn Taipei’s food waste into BioEthanol.
(Friday) 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
50 Nanyang Avenue Singapore 63979
Nanyang Technological University