The first Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee (INC1) in 2022 for a UN global treaty to end plastic pollution was constructive but revealed ongoing opportunity gaps in an aspiring whole-of-life cycle plastics agreement. What happens off the negotiating table, as much as on, will determine the success of the treaty.
Global Plastics Summit provides an independent platform for treaty participants to address key issues ahead of the anticipated treaty first draft, facilitating discussion across the entire ecosystem—from negotiators to businesses, health experts and scientists, NGOs, waste-pickers, investors, finance sector, waste recyclers and policy-makers.
Join the largest gathering of delegates before INC-3 at a forum for multi-stakeholders to work collaboratively towards a robust UN plastics treaty.
For more details, please visit the Global Plastics Summit website.
Featured speakers include:
- Luhut Binsar Pandjaitan, co-ordinating minister of maritime affairs and investment of Indonesia, Indonesia
- Sangmin Nam, director, Environment and Development Division, UNESCAP
- Peter Thomson, UN secretary-general’s special envoy for the ocean
- Janis Searles Jones, chief executive, Ocean Conservancy
- Anjali Acharya, marine plastics pollution lead, World Bank
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get full access to:
- All in-person sessions in Bangkok on October 11th-12th 2023
- Face to face networking with 500 senior industry players
- Physical exhibition access