SHARM EL-SHEIKH, EGYPT / ACCESSWIRE / November 7, 2022 /
Okeanos, developer of Made From Stone technology designed to immediately reduce plastic content and CO2 in everyday items, announces official participation in this year’s COP27 conference in Sharm el-Sheikh, Egypt from November 7-November 18. Okeanos will showcase the technology at an experiential “Made From Stone Market” activation inside the Climate Action Innovation Zone (Booth #5). Additionally, Okeanos has partnered with Responding To Climate Change (RTCC), who will host Okeanos in the Blue Zone, where CEO Florencio Cuétara and Chief Government Affairs Officer Martina Hauser will speak on panels discussing Sustainable Fashion in Brazil, Innovative Technology & Transfer, and the Role of the Private Sector in Sustainable Urban Development.
On November 11th, Okeanos will bring together leaders in the field of industry, regulation, government and civil society under one common goal: reducing the amount of plastic in circulation and starting today. The Less Plastic Now! Opportunities & Challenges panels will feature voices of legislators, impassioned NGO’s and leading sustainability organizations from around the globe. This event will be available to be streamed live on Okeanos’ LinkedIn page.
Beginning at 4:30PM EET (14:00 GMT+2/10:30AM EST) inside the Glasgow Breakthrough Room at the Climate Action Innovation Zone, Okeanos CEO & Co-Founder Florencio Cuétara will introduce Made Form Stone technology in a keynote session entitled Okeanos 101, highlighting nature’s inspiration behind Made From Stone, Okeanos’ fully developed global supply chain, and the ease and affordability of local adoption. In the following session, World Kinect Energy Services will lead a conversation with VERRA, the International Carbon Standards organization and Okeanos to discuss Carbon Offsets: New Options to Enhance your Climate Strategy. Immediately following, Okeanos brings together the UNFCCC with senior officials from the Ministries of Environment of Ecuador, Colombia and the Dominican Republic for an important conversation about Leading Technology Transfer in LATAM. Finally, a conversation entitled #WeAreTheSomeone introduces Greenish, Plastic Bank, and the American Sustainable Business Network (ASBN), organizations working to combat plastic pollution all along the plastic value chain from prevention and cleanup to circular economy solutions and legislative efforts.
“We need to achieve real, measurable, and immediate reductions in plastic and CO2 emissions in order to stay within 1.5C and prevent future irreparable environmental damage. In order to accomplish this, raw materials, manufactures, brands, legislators and governments all play an essential role,” explains Mr. Cuetara. “Our solution is one of innovation, action, and immediacy. Alongside our esteemed panel guests, we hope to shed light on the unique opportunities that lie ahead and the challenges we’ll need to surmount together.”
Visitors to “Made From Stone Market” in the Climate Action Innovation Zone can browse shelves packed with a myriad of products Made From Stone, demonstrating the versatility and flexibility of the applications possible. Members of Okeanos Technical and Partnerships team will be on hand throughout the duration of the conference to introduce guests to an affordable solution to an immediate, scalable solution to plastic pollution.
Okeanos ® is a sustainable innovation company developing calcium carbonate (CaCO3) technologies to immediately reduce plastic pollution. Patented Made From Stone (MFS) technology replaces the majority of oil-based resin with naturally abundant CaCO3 through source reduction, using technical and specialized compounds to reduce plastic content and CO2 by up to 70% today.
For additional information on Okeanos or Made From Stone technology, please contact Strategic Communications Director Nicky Wyman at NWyman@MadeFromStone.com or +19086124500 or visit www.madefromstone.com
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