Last spring, the United Nations voted in favor of a global treaty to address the plastic pollution crisis. The rubber hit the road on this treaty last November with the first of five proposed Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee meetings, and the journey continued in May at the second. Corporate leaders across all sectors now have an unprecedented opportunity to leverage their critical influence and ensure the final treaty delivers the impact the world needs. What has been accomplished, and what remains as we turn this environmental crisis into a circular system? What stands between conception and enforcement of this groundbreaking resolution?
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