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Indonesia wants to reach net-zero plastic pollution by 2040. Do you have a big idea to help them do it?

A new UpLink challenge will tackle plastic pollution in Indonesia. Image: Unsplash/Brian Yurasits

Nour Chaabane

Operations, Impact and Innovation Lead, Global Plastic Action Partnership, World Economic Forum

Hidayah Hamzah

Manager, Indonesia National Plastic Action Partnership, World Resources Institute Indonesia

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