Climate and Nature

How Nigerian women are leading national action against plastic pollution

A woman working in a recycling centre helping to reduce plastic pollution in Nigeria

Women play a crucial role in transforming Nigeria’s plastics value chain and reducing plastic pollution Image: Photo by Gideon Oladimeji on Unsplash Save

Priscilla M. Achakpa
Global Gender Equality & Inclusivity Advisor, National Plastic Action Partnership (NPAP)
Katherine Gilchrist
Global Gender Equality & Inclusivity Advisor GPAP, Global Plastic Action Partnership
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