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Plastic policy @ Portsmouth

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Our planet is suffocating in plastic. Some plastics take more than 400 years to break down, and around 11 million metric tons of plastic ends up in our oceans every year. Half of all plastic becomes waste within a year of being made, yet most isn’t recycled. We need radical action to halt this trend and limit the damaging consequences of plastic pollution on our health and the environment.

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With the Global Plastics Treaty starting to take shape, PoliticsHome reports back from Day 3 of the University of Portsmouth’s PlasticsFuture conference, which included a series of panel discussions, keynote speeches and short talks on how we can get the best out of the international response to deal with the plastic pollution crisis.
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The United Nations is being urged to make a bold pledge and set a target of zero for new plastic pollution by 2040 in its upcoming Global Treaty to End Plastic Pollution. Plastic production and subsequent pollution are key drivers of climate change and were a focus of the discussion at COP27 in Egypt earlier this month.
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