Scaling Up Circular Strategies to Achieve Zero Plastic Waste in Thailand

Year of Publication

2020

This report intends to promote existing circular strategies that support plastic waste management in Thailand, as well as to provide key insights and considerations to guide future strategic development among government and the private sector towards a more collaborative, fair and impactful circular waste management system for all those involved. In doing so, it aims to envision a sustainable, healthy and prosperous ‘zero plastic waste’ Thailand.

Source:

World Wildlife Fund (WWF)

Author(s):

Geography:

Thailand

Type:

Strategy

Purpose of Measurement:

Understanding the Problem, Solution Sets and Impact Potential

Impact theme(s):

Oceans, Climate

This report intends to promote existing circular strategies that support plastic waste management in Thailand, as well as to provide key insights and considerations to guide future strategic development among government and the private sector towards a more collaborative, fair and impactful circular waste management system for all those involved. In doing so, it aims to envision a sustainable, healthy and prosperous ‘zero plastic waste’ Thailand. One of its desired outcomes is to serve as a knowledge base for conversations between WWF, national and local government, private sector businesses and supporting organisations.