How Businesses Can Implement Circular Strategies to End Plastic Pollution

Rethinking Single-Use Plastics: A Circular Economy Webcast for Packaging Suppliers and Brands

The global UN Plastics Treaty is nearing its conclusion, prompting organizations to rethink their use of single-use plastics and explore ways to incorporate circularity into their operations. This shift will require companies to focus not only on processes and risk management but also seize the market opportunities presented by the circular economy.

On April 30, 2024, from 11AM-12PM ET / 8-9AM PT, an exclusive webcast will take place, analyzing the outcomes of the latest treaty negotiations and discussing their implications for packaging suppliers and brands. Attendees can expect a real-time report-out on the practical implications of INC-4, as well as insights into how recycling, reuse, and regeneration scenarios can impact compliance with packaging regulations, profitability, and waste reduction. Additionally, the webcast will highlight the business opportunity to tackle plastic pollution and drive systemic change in the industry.

Moderated by Joel Makower, Chairman and Co-founder of GreenBiz Group, the panel of speakers includes Stephen Jamieson, Global Head of Circular Economy Solutions at SAP, Sarah Perreard, Co-CEO & Stakeholder Engagement Lead at Earth Action

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