If nations can start working towards a global plastics treaty at the UN Environment Assembly this week, a more positive future for plastic is on the cards, writes Consumer Goods Forum managing director Wai-Chan Chan
Our relationship with plastic needs to change, and fast. Less than 10 per cent of all plastic ever made has been recycled - and this is causing significant damage to our planet. A WWF study earlier this...
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