The need for local dialogues between key stakeholders to ensure an effective plastics treaty
Have you ever tried to act on plastic pollution in your house, in your neighborhood or in your company? Was it a one-shot activity, or a continuous process? Were there challenges too big for you to overcome because the problem was outside of your control? This is where we, as citizens, expect our local and national governments to support us with policies and other measures to help solve this problem. But that is easier said than done. Where do they get their information from?