Global Plastic Policy Reviews

Global Policy Review Report

The Global Plastics Policy Review Final Report

Year of publication 2022
Pages 110
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This study presents an evidence-based assessment of the effectiveness of a suite of 100 plastics policies implemented by government, business and civil society world-wide, including an evaluation of the factors that inhibit or enhance policy effectiveness.

The report details the findings, including critical gaps in evidence of each policy areas, separated by voluntary and non-voluntary interventions. It assesses the performance of the policy areas and identifies enabling factors for each using case studies to highlight successful or unsuccessful practices. Following an analysis of each policy, the report presents a synthesis of the findings and key conclusions for policymakers.


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