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Indonesia National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP) reveals recommendations to unlock financing gaps to cut marine plastic debris by 70 percent

Year of Publication

2020

This document presents a roadmap that includes a framework for incubating and scaling up innovation, bridging the operational financing gap through capacity building and reforms, and facilitating capital investments through innovative financing approaches and integrated investments aimed at reducing marine plastic debris.

Source:

Global Plastic Action Partnership (GPAP)

Author(s):

Geography:

Indonesia

Type:

Strategy

Purpose of Measurement:

Understanding the Problem, Solution Sets and Impact Potential

Impact theme(s):

Oceans, Capital Flows

Indonesia National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP) released this roadmap which sets forth recommended actions to unlock financing needed to reduce marine plastic leakage by 70 percent by 2025 and achieving a circular economy for plastic by 2040. Around $18 billion in capital investment is needed between 2017 and 2040, and an estimated annual increase of$1 billion in operational financing must be mobilized for solid waste management systems by 2040.
This document contains the roadmap which provides a framework to incubate and scale up innovation, close the operational financing gap through reforms and capacity development, and enable capital investments through innovative financing approaches and integrated investments to tackle marine plastic debris.

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