Climate Change with Net Zero Homes

Homes will become the biggest consumers of electricity by 2050. While electricity is the cleanest form of energy, we still have to contribute to make…
Sep 2nd, 2021 | 15:55

How does a fishing net end up in your smart device? With Helen Mets, Executive VP of Materials, DSM

Tune in to episode 4 of the ‘Climate Change with Net Zero Homes’ podcast with brand new host YiFu Qi, EVP Global Home & Distribution division at Schneider Electric, as he sits down with Helen Mets from global purpose and science based company DSM, to find out how recycled fishing nets end up in our smart devices at home. As we face unprecedented environmental challenges, smart and sustainable homes are the future. But, we fail at the first hurdle if the smart home devices themselves are not a part of the circular economy. Listen to our latest episode to find out how Schneider and DSM have revolutionised using recycled plastic in smart technology, available now. Guests: Helen Mets, Executive Vice-President of Materials, DSM Topics discussed in this episode: - Building a circular economy in the electrical industry - Addressing regulatory challenges faced when using recycled materials - Turning fishing nets into smart devices Resources mentioned in this episode: • UN Sustainable Development Goals: • Paris Agreement: Want to share any feedback, questions or comments? We’d love to hear them! Email Schneider Electric: