Description of ActivityThis online invite-online workshop was attended by over 40 people, including representatives from academia, NGOs, industry leaders, policymakers, practitioners and a variety of other stakeholders. The draft report of the research carried out in which 100 plastic policies were reviewed for their effectiveness at reducing plastic pollution, was shared with participants and reviewed for critical evaluation through plenary discussions and policy-specific breakout rooms. The results of the workshop were then used to shape the final report, which was also sent for review to workshop attendees.
Multiple Special Guest Presentations, including Hon. Dr Farah Faizal, High Commissioner, Maldives; and Indira James-Henry, Ministry of Health, Wellness, and the Environment of Antigua & Barbuda on their national progress in plastics policy.
Participants included representatives from the World Bank, Center for International Environmental Law, OECD, World Economic Foundation, Environmental Investigation Agency, GAIA, Duke University Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions among others.
The final report will be published in Early Autumn 2022
|Period||2022 → …|
|Degree of Recognition||International|
- plastic pollution
Documents & Links
From shops to bins: a case study of consumer attitudes and behaviours towards plastics in a UK coastal city
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review
Research output: Book/Report › Commissioned report