This digital conference will bring together Indonesia's top leaders across government, industry, civil society and academia.
The Indonesia National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP) is a leading platform for public-private collaboration, translating commitments to reduce plastic pollution and waste into concrete action. After one year of intensive research, data processing and alignment across stakeholders, the NPAP is pleased to publish the Indonesia National Plastic Action Plan, a national multistakeholder strategy to achieve Indonesia’s target of reducing marine plastic leakage by 70% by 2025.
At this meeting, we will also convene for the first time five expert task forces dedicated to implementing the roadmap: policy, innovation, financing, behavior change, and metrics.
The conference will take place virtually. Attendees will be able to watch the remarks and panel discussions via livestream, participate in digital conversations and Q&As, and engage with us on social media.
April 22, 2020
Welcome message by the Director of the Global Plastic Action Partnership
Keynote speech: An ambitious plan to eradicate plastic pollution
Presentation: Key findings from the Action Plan
Roundtable: Q&A with leading changemakers in Indonesia
Roundtable: Five parallel initiatives to combat plastic pollution and waste
Roundtable: Resilience and innovation – Advancing plastics solutions in times of change
Thank you for joining the #IndonesiaPlasticAction conference.
Many thanks again to all who joined us online for our first ever digital conference. An archived recording of the session is now available on this page, and we will also share the PowerPoint slide decks from panelists as well as a conference recap summary in the days to come.
Starting soon: Advancing plastics solutions in times of change
At 1:30pm WIB / 8:30am CET, we'll be convening a live discussion on resilience and continuing to move our work forward on fighting plastic pollution despite the challenges of #COVID19. Watch the livestream here: #IndonesiaPlasticAction https://t.co/RQHwCZQI2w pic.twitter.com/Y6By3ayFsq— Global Plastic Action Partnership (@PlasticImpact) April 22, 2020
Blog: Meet 5 entrepreneurs who are using innovation to combat plastic pollution in Indonesia
Introducing the 5 NPAP Indonesia Task Forces
We have convened five Task Forces to accelerate action in five areas: Innovation, Policy, Financing, Behavior Change, and Metrics. Tune in to meet the co-chairs of these new Task Forces.
Video: How the largest religious organization in Indonesia is tackling plastic waste
Live now: Q&A with leading changemakers in Indonesia
We now open a conversation with public, private and civil society leaders in Indonesia on how we can work together to boost momentum for fighting plastic pollution.
UK Ambassador on the Multistakeholder Action Plan launch
Proud, on Earth Day, that the UK is partnering Indonesia in the Global Plastic Action Partnership 🇬🇧🇮🇩. Great to see the digital launch of the National Action Plan and the strong commitment from Minister Luhut @kemenkomarves #IndonesiaPlasticAction https://t.co/MbMFVHximZ— Owen Jenkins (@DubesInggris) April 22, 2020
A System Change Scenario to reduce plastic pollution in Indonesia
We are now joined by William Handjaja and Arthur Neeteson of SYSTEMIQ Indonesia, who led the development of the Indonesia Multistakeholder Action Plan.
Video: 5 priority actions for accelerating #IndonesiaPlasticAction
Minister Luhut on Indonesia's commitment to reducing plastic pollution
"By 2040 we aim to achieve a plastic pollution-free Indonesia, one based on the circular economy. We invite all to join us on this journey."
"I'm proud to announce that #Indonesia will be choosing not what it is easy, but what is right." - Minister Luhut Pandjaitan @kemenkomarves on Indonesia's action plan to reduce marine plastic leakage by 70% by 2025#IndonesiaPlasticAction— Global Plastic Action Partnership (@PlasticImpact) April 22, 2020
Keynote speech by Minister Luhut Pandjaitan
We now turn to Minister Luhut B. Pandjaitan, Coordinating Minister for Maritime Affairs and Investment of Indonesia, to deliver remarks on Indonesia's radical action plan to reduce plastic pollution.
Welcome message from Kristin Hughes, Director of the Global Plastic Action Partnership
Welcome to all who have joined the #IndonesiaPlasticAction conference virtually! We open with a welcome message from Kristin Hughes, Director of the Global Plastic Action Partnership and member of the executive committee at the World Economic Forum.
The livestream of the #IndonesiaPlasticAction conference is now available.
Click the button below to watch the livestream directly on YouTube and engage in the live chat. You can also join the social media conversation on Twitter and Instagram using the hashtag #IndonesiaPlasticAction.
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