Plastics and the Environment

Three experts on why eradicating plastic pollution will help achieve gender equality

What it will take to eradicate plastic pollution? Image: UNDP Ghana Waste Recovery Platform

Kristin Hughes

Director, Global Plastic Action Partnership, Member of the Executive Committee, World Economic Forum Geneva

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