The public understands the importance of plastics: In a poll conducted by the Arlington, Va., Newseum and USA Weekend magazine, the invention of plastics ranked as the 28th most significant news event of the last 100 years. That's just ahead of the 1960 introduction of the Pill, and the 1954 Supreme Court ruling against school segregation.
Pretty elite company.
Now Western civilization is marking the beginning of a new century, and indeed a new millennium. It's a natural time to ask, what will the plastics industry look like 100 years from now?
Join us as we look at key issues, potential future leaders, and predicitons of how the industry might change.