Creating sustainable end-to-end lifecycles for the products we eat and wear is a major challenge that needs to be addressed if we are going to reduce emissions and create circular value chains.
For some lifestyle segments, this shift will be monumental, with industries being transformed across the entire supply chain. For others, there will be a complete phase out of certain products and methods, while at the same time there will be emergence of whole new product segments and new production processes that will replace traditional products and practices.
Sweden is building on an impressive history of using natural materials, localised supply chains, and commercially viable circular business models across sectors including AgTech and new proteins.
Read our latest report to get a snapshot of key trends in four lifestyle segments and how Sweden and Swedish companies are helping to create more circular production and consumer behaviours.