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OPEN HOUSE - JULY 9, 2020

Tune in to this virtual open house to learn how the World Economic Forum and its partners are tackling plastic pollution and waste at both the global and national levels.

Latest Actions

Trade barriers are slowing plastic-pollution action. Here’s how to fix this.

The World Economic Forum has published a new community paper that outlines trade barriers to accelerating action on plastic pollution.

GPAP Director talks innovation in Indonesia on CNN's "Going Green"

Podcast: Indonesia's Ocean Plastic Cleanup Plan

Indonesia's government has announced a plan to cut marine plastic waste by 70% by 2025. Who are the women driving this process and how are they going to put Indonesia on a roadmap to solve their plastic waste dilemma? Listen to this episode of the Sustainable Asia podcast to learn more about the Indonesia National Plastic Action Partnership.

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Trade barriers are slowing plastic-pollution action. Here’s how to fix this.

News

GPAP Director talks innovation in Indonesia on CNN's "Going Green"

Podcast

Podcast: Indonesia's Ocean Plastic Cleanup Plan

What is GPAP?

Together, we believe it is possible to stop plastic pollution from source to sea and achieve the transition to a global circular economy.

The Global Plastic Action Partnership (GPAP) is a multistakeholder platform dedicated to translating commitments to reduce plastic pollution and waste into concrete action.

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Member organizations collaborating through our platform worldwide

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Impact areas in which we are accelerating progress globally and nationally

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Countries currently piloting our unique national model for accelerating plastic action

Country Partnerships

Indonesia

The archipelagic nation of 265 million people aims to reduce ocean plastic leakage by 70% by 2025

Viet Nam

The incoming ASEAN chair has committed to reducing marine plastic waste by 75% by 2030

Ghana

Ghana is working to achieve zero plastic leakage into its oceans and waterways

OUR VISION

Rapid Expansion by 2025

Join forces with GPAP to fast-track progress toward a world free of plastic waste and pollution.

Connect with Plastic Action Changemakers

Find local expertise, new ideas or fresh thinking to address plastic pollution. Browse our global community hub to explore opportunities for collaboration.