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New Plastics Economy Global Commitment 2020 progress report

The Ellen MacArthur Foundation and UN Environment Programme publish second progress report on the New Plastics Economy Global Commitment

We are proud to have signed the New Plastics Economy Global Commitment. The commitment calls on companies and governments to eliminate the plastic we don’t need, to innovate so that all plastic we do need is 100% reusable, recyclable, or compostable, and to circulate all the plastic we use.

Read the Ellen MacArthur Foundation and UN Environment Programme’s New Plastics Economy Global Commitment 2020 progress report to learn more about what we, and others around the world, are doing to make it a reality:

Please find more information about the New Plastics Economy Global Commitment here.

For further information about the Ellen McArthur Foundation, please click here.


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