On the 24th and 25th of October, Team AdaptEcon was represented at the 2017 World Resource Forum in Geneva by Dr. Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir, Dr. Harald Sverdrup, Johanna Gisladottir and Eduard Nedelciu. The event gathered 450 participants from 16 countries and it included 16 workshops and 160 scientific contributions. Our team had the following presentations:
- A system dynamics assessment of supply sufficiency for aerospace technology needs using WORLD6 by Dr. Harald Sverdrup
- On the metal contents of ocean floor nodules, crusts and massive sulphides and a preliminary assessment of the extractable amounts, by Dr. Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir
- Corruption risks in a green economy, by Johanna Gisladottir
- Time of scarcity horizons for technology metals, precious metals, base metals, superalloy metals, battery technology metals and infrastructure materials, by Dr. Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir
- Opportunities and challenges for closing the Phosphorus supply chain through Phosphorus recovery from wastewater in European urban areas. A case study in Stockholm and Budapest, by Eduard Nedelciu
- The WORLD6 model for evaluation of natural resources sustainability considering metals, metals, energy, population and food, by Dr. Harald Sverdrup.
The 9 key messages to bring home from the WRF 2017 can be found here.