Radically Reducing Plastic Pollution in Indonesia: A Multi Stakeholder Action Plan

Year of Publication

2020

This report details the strategy and baseline data for the Indonesia National Plastic Action Partnership's goal of near-zero plastic pollution by 2040.

Source:

World Economic Forum

Author(s):

Geography:

Indonesia

Type:

Primary Data, Strategy

Purpose of Measurement:

Understanding the Problem, Solution Sets and Impact Potential

Impact theme(s):

Material Flows, Oceans, Policy, Capital, Behavior Change

This report details the strategy and baseline data for the Indonesia National Plastic Action Partnership's goal of near-zero plastic pollution by 2040. The data highlights the geographies where plastic waste originates along with the impact of proposed waste reduction interventions. The report highlights five system changes with the potential to reduce plastic waste leakage into oceans: reduce or substitute plastic usage, redesign plastic products and packaging for reuse or high-value recycling, double plastic waste collection, double current recycling capacity, and build or expand controlled waste-disposal facilities.

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