New Opportunities for Sustainability: Navigating the Global UN Plastics Treaty and the Move Toward Circularity

Business Operationalizing Circularity: A Solution to Plastic Pollution

The global UN Plastics Treaty is nearing its final stages of negotiations, prompting organizations to reconsider their use of single-use plastics and implement circularity in their operations. To take advantage of the opportunities presented by the circular economy, companies must move beyond traditional processes and risk management.

On April 30, 2024, from 11AM-12PM ET / 8-9AM PT, a webcast will be held that will provide valuable insights on the day after the conclusion of the latest treaty negotiations, or INC-4. A panel of experts from various sectors will analyze the outcomes of the negotiations and discuss their implications for packaging suppliers and brands.

During this webcast, participants will gain knowledge on:

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.

As the issue of packaging and plastics continues to gain significance, this timely webcast will offer companies the guidance they need to transition to more circular business models. Moderated by Joel Makower, Chairman, and Co-founder of GreenBiz Group, this webcast includes an expert panel consisting of Stephen Jamieson

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