This is the topic discussed by over 80 young people under 19, coming from 10 schools in Lombardy
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The youth debate organised in Kraków was the fourth of 7 planned events of the European Youth Debating Competition (EYDC), organised by the European Petrochemical Association (EPCA) and PlasticsEurope.
75 students from across Benelux debated on the topic of “Rethink, Reuse, Recycle: how would you shape a sustainable future with plastics and petrochemicals?” in Brussels on 17th May.
The World Plastics Council (WPC)i appreciates the opportunity to provide our perspective and recommendation on the Proposals to amend annexes II, VII, and IX of the Basel Convention to be considered at the fourteenth meeting of the Conference of the Parties, to be held in Geneva on 3rd to 5th May.
On 4th May 2019, more than 50 students from all over Germany engaged in a fascinating debate on the topic of “Rethink, Reuse, Recycle: how would you shape a sustainable future with plastics and petrochemicals?”at the House of Literature in Frankfurt.
As part of its Voluntary Commitment to increasing circularity and resource efficiency, PlasticsEurope has engaged to update its eco-profiles programme on a 3-year rotation basis.
PlasticsEurope and supporting member companies of Operation Clean Sweep® (OCS), present their new report for 2018.
The 14th edition of IdentiPlast, Europe’s leading conference focused on the recycling and recovery of used plastics opened its doors on 7 March under the motto “Plastics, Sustainability and Society”, attracting over 340 participants coming from all over Europe and the World, thereby making it the largest IdentiPlast ever!
The Plastics Leak Project will develop a worldwide mapping of the plastic leak to the environment along value chains. Brought together with product Life Cycle Assessment results, this information will help to implement the most effective actions addressing in priority “hot spots” and avoiding the shift of environmental issues from different places or from different categories of impact.
JANUARY 16, 2019 – An alliance of global companies from the plastics and consumer goods value chain today launched a new organization to advance solutions to eliminate plastic waste in the environment, especially in the ocean.