At Davos, innovative products point to a sustainable future
DAVOS: The World Economic Forum is not all about the fourth industrial revolution or the rise of AI.
You can also find all manner of strange and intriguing products on display from biodegradable plastic made from algae to wallpaper made from recycled corn husks.
One stand titled “How do you design a tree?” is part of a conservation effort where a single tree is designed to bear 40 different types of apple.
Another stand displays colored seaweed on a rack, showing how clothes can be dyed in a sustainable, non-chemically corrosive manner.