The Playbook provides a shared vision, principles and guidance on how to align consumer-facing communication across the global fashion industry with sustainability targets.
The report proposes a systems change to address the causes of plastic pollution, starting by reducing problematic and unnecessary plastic use, redesigning the system, products and their packaging and combining these with a market transformation towards circularity in plastics.
The report outlines what each stakeholder group can do individually and collectively to reach the shared destination of a circular textile sector. It builds on research and consultations with over 140 textile value chain stakeholders.
This report provides an overview of the current state of circularity in the electronics value chain in Africa, identifies key areas of concern, provides appropriate recommendations, and proposes priority actions to improve circularity of the sector.
The report looks at how Global Commitment signatories, which together account for more than 20% of the plastic packaging market, are faring against their 2025 targets to tackle plastic pollution at its source.
The document illustrates how reducing the plastic footprint, increasing the engagement of suppliers, working closer with waste service providers, and ensuring transparency on the actions taken can significantly contribute to a responsible COVID-19 recovery of the tourism sector.
The report provides a global mapping and assessment of standards, labels and claims on plastic packaging. It highlights good practices, areas where action should be taken, and recommendations for clearer and more effective consumer communication on plastic packaging.
The series of reports summarises knowledge about the environmental impact of single-use plastic products and alternatives that could potentially replace them. Each meta-analysis highlights the key advantages and disadvantages of alternatives and distils key messages for policymakers.
The guidance aims to provide a methodology for countries, regions, and cities to understand what kind of plastics are leaking into the environment, where they are leaking, and why the leakage happens, and then prioritise effective actions accordingly.
The report provides a comprehensive global mapping of plastic losses to the environment throughout the plastic value chain. This mapping covers plastic production and processing, use of plastics or plastic containing products, and disposal of the products.