Circularity or Extinction: The Urgent Need to Adapt as the UN Plastics Treaty Comes to a Close

Business Operationalizing Circularity: A Solution to Plastic Pollution

In the coming months, the world will witness the conclusion of the global UN Plastics Treaty’s final stages of negotiations. This treaty aims to address the growing problem of plastic pollution and its impact on our environment. As a result, organizations worldwide are reconsidering their use of single-use plastics and implementing circularity in their operations. Companies that fail to adapt may miss out on new opportunities presented by the circular economy.

On April 30, 2024, from 11AM-12PM ET / 8-9AM PT, an exclusive webcast will provide valuable insights into the outcomes of the latest treaty negotiations, or INC-4. A panel of experts from various sectors will analyze the implications for packaging suppliers and brands. The webcast is moderated by Joel Makower, Chairman and Co-founder of GreenBiz Group.

During this webcast, participants will gain knowledge about:

1. The practical implications of INC-4 through a real-time report-out of the event.

2. How recycling, reuse, and regeneration scenarios can affect compliance with packaging regulations, profitability, and waste reduction.

3. The business opportunities presented by ending plastic pollution and driving systemic change.

This timely webcast is crucial for companies looking to transition to more circular business models as packaging continues to gain significance globally. By attending this event or registering for a recording link afterward, businesses can access valuable resources to guide them in making sustainable choices regarding their products and practices.

The expert panel includes Stephen Jamieson, Global Head of Circular Economy Solutions at SAP; Sarah Perreard, Co-CEO & Stakeholder Engagement Lead at Earth Action; and Yoni Shiran, Partner at SYSTEMIQ.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to learn more about how your company can benefit from transitioning to a more circular economy! Register now for this exclusive webcast or sign up for a recording link later if you cannot attend live!

In the coming months, the world will witness the conclusion of the global UN Plastics Treaty’s final stages of negotiations. This treaty aims to address the growing problem of plastic pollution and its impact on our environment. As a result, organizations worldwide are reconsidering their use of single-use plastics and implementing circularity in their operations.…

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