· applying circular economy principles to global plastic packaging flows could transform the plastics economy and drastically reduce negative externalities such as leakage into oceans, according to the latest report by the world economic forum and ellen macarthur foundation, with analytical support from mckinsey & company.
· rethinking plastics part 2: priorities and innovation in a 'new plastics economy' with a focus on packaging, plastic's largest application. we ended by introducing the idea of a new circular economy for plastics as the way forward. paving the way towards a circular economy. the ellen macarthur foundation highlights numerous case
· can packaging, sustainability, and the circular economy co exist? absolutely. amcor is working with a number of partners to develop advanced packaging that is as resource efficient as possible, while protecting products and keeping perishable goods safe and fresh, which also minimizes food waste. but this is only part of the solution.
despite our reliance on plastic products, there is a way to curb the amount of plastic waste we produce. in a new study published in current opinion in green and sustainable chemistry, researchers at the city university of hong kong make the case for a circular plastics economy.
· european commission adopts circular economy package. but it is also about a profound transformation of the way our entire economy works. by rethinking the way we produce, work and buy we can generate new opportunities and create new jobs. "we don't want plastic packaging to end up in the landfill."
packaging from a circular economy perspective by henky wibawa, executive director indonesian packaging federation /ipf carton strategy towards circular economy by teera puxupachat, environment manager, tetra pak thailand the role of packaging
to support a circular economy and a more sustainable future. making progress aim status in 2018 aim status in 2018 25% use of post recycled content in our plastic packaging by 2025 new commitment of our plastic packaging will be reusable or recyclable by 2025 new commitment 1. plastics and packaging
make all plastic packaging reusable or recyclable by 2030 is a key driver. changing market needs and new policy developments are the key drivers for companies like lyondellbasell to move towards a circular economy for plastics. retailers and brand owners require sustainable products and solutions to meet their packaging targets.
in march 2016, the new plastics economy: rethinking the future of plastics proposed that applying circular economy principles to global plastic packaging flows could transform the plastics economy and drastically reduce negative externalities such as windblown litter and leakage into the oceans. for the first time, a study offered a vision of a
of better plastic packaging has dramatically decreased food waste in the food value chain. the consumer attitude and moving towards a circular economy for post consumer plastic will help with clariant's unique approach to rethinking the plastics waste challenge and making a
ellen macarthur foundation's methodology below illustrates the circular economy potential. the report arrives at three conclusions: without fundamental redesign and innovation, about 30% of plastic packaging will never be reused or recycled . for at least 20% of plastic packaging, reuse provides an economically attractive opportunity
packaging covers a priority role: the recent strategy for plastics in a circular economy has set very ambitious goal for plastic packaging sustainability. in fact, the european commission aims to achieve of reusable or easily recyclable plastic packaging placed on the market by 2030 (european commission2018a).
· applying circular economy principles to global plastic packaging flows could transform the plastics economy and drastically reduce negative externalities such as leakage into oceans, according to the latest report by the world economic forum and ellen macarthur foundation, with analytical support from mckinsey & company. the new plastics economy: rethinking the future of
the new plastics economy is an ambitious, three year initiative to build momentum towards a plastics system that works. applying the principles of the circular economy, the initiative brings together key stakeholders to rethink and redesign the future of plastics, starting with packaging
· there's a world of opportunity to re think and re design the way we make stuff. 're thinking progress' explores how through a change in perspective we can re design the way our economy works
· the recent report by the world economic forum and ellen macarthur foundation on 'the new plastics economy: rethinking the future of plastics' provides an overarching vision of a global circular plastics economy in which bioplastics play an essential role in decoupling the economy from fossil resources and help to return nutrients to the soil.
we're interested in preventing plastic waste from entering the oceans, which is why the three tracks of the ocean plastic innovation challenge, circular economy, and data visualisation three key elements that move us away from a single use plastics economy and change consumer mindsets and behaviours.
new zealand's plastic packaging system an initial circular economy diagnosis executive summary. 4 executive summary there has been an explosion in the use of plastic packaging over the last 60 years. adequate systems to properly manage plastic packaging have not kept pace. this has led to a global waste and pollution crisis.
the global transition towards a more circular economy needs innovative business models that can promote more sustainable production and consumption. rethinking traditional ownership of goods and utilising the potential of the sharing economy through digital platforms creates business opportunities for companies of all sizes. denmark has ambitions to be at the forefront of the transition 
· circular economy measures to keep plastics and their value in the economy, avoid waste and reduce marine litter. globally there is a growing recognition of the need to address marine litter and rethink our approach to plastics and plastic packaging within the economy. measures that enable a transition to a circular economy can avoid waste