A robust and standardized framework for reuse measurement is needed. Here’s why

Reuse measurement and reporting remains a barrier to scale reuse models of consumption, and recycling alone is not enough to solve the plastic waste crisis. Image: REUTERS/Fabrizio Bensch (GERMANY) - Tags: SOCIETY FOOD ENVIRONMENT)

Thom Almeida
Platform Curator, Platform for Shaping the Future of Consumption, World Economic Forum
Afonso de Brito Canelas
Project Fellow, Consumers Beyond Waste, World Economic Forum
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