Future of Media, Entertainment and Sport

Can big events really go plastic-free? A water capsule made from seaweed may be the answer

The London 2012 Olympic Games was the first major event to adopt the ISO's climate-friendly production standard Image: REUTERS/Toby Melville

Jaime Nack
President, Three Squares Inc.
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