UN plastic treaty ‘most significant since Paris’
The UN has approved a resolution to create the first global treaty on plastic pollution, calling it “the most significant environmental multilateral deal since the Paris accord”.The treaty is set to be finalised by the end of 2024, and will deliver a “legally binding instrument” to address the full lifecycle of plastics, the design of reusable and recyclable products and mate
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