Towards an impactful Global Plastics Treaty

The Global Plastics Treaty must reduce plastic production and use. It must be a binding global instrument guided by the precautionary principle and the zero waste hierarchy, and that centres justice.

The treaty must prioritise protecting biodiversity, the climate and human wellbeing, drive a just transition to reuse-centred systems, and put the needs of the most vulnerable communities before the industries that are responsible for creating this crisis.