Consultancy: Trade and the Circular Economy in Ghana
Trade and the Circular Economy: A Deep Dive on Ghana and Plastic Action
Initial Scoping for White Paper
The World Economic Forum’s Global Plastic Action Partnership (GPAP) was forged as a platform to bring together public, private, and civil society actors to address global plastic waste and pollution. To date, GPAP has established National Plastic Action Partnerships (NPAP) in three countries: Indonesia, Viet Nam, and Ghana; and is in the process of building a new partnership with Nigeria.
Together with the World Economic Forum’s Platform on Shaping the Future of Trade and Global Economic Interdependence and building off joint research on Plastics, the Circular Economy and Global Trade, GPAP seeks to deliver a targeted white paper exploring the manifold opportunities for trade to serve as a lever for the circular economy, using plastic pollution action in Ghana as a case study.
For further information or to express interest in leading the development of this white paper please contact: Taylor Clayton firstname.lastname@example.org no later than 19 February.
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