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Fast-Tracking Progress on Plastic Pollution | Sustainable Development Summit 2020

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How can leaders maintain momentum to pursue a closed-loop approach to plastics despite the rise in single-use materials and setbacks in recycling and waste collection resulting from COVID-19?

Discover and debate how to scale up:
1. Partnerships for behavior change
2. Policy creation and action through trade
3. Zero-waste business model innovation
4. Gender-inclusive solutions to tackle plastic waste

This session supports the ongoing work of the World Economic Forum's Global Plastic Action Partnership, the Consumers Beyond Disposability initiative and the Global Alliance for Trade Facilitation.

Speakers: Malek Sukkar, Tran Hong Ha, Dany Drouin, Beth Bovis, Edith Kimani, Beatriz Perez, Carolyn Deere-Birkbeck, Ellen Jackowski, José Manuel Moller, Jenna Jambeck, Kwabena Frimpong-Boateng, Irene Hofmeijer, Veronique Cremades-Mathis, Laila Iskandar, Kristin Hughes, Carlos Manuel Rodríguez Echandi, Priyanka Bakaya, Deepak Parikh, Zhang Xiangchen, Dune Ives

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