Grey literature | 2021
This report is a consolidation of in-country data gathered during 2020 in three Caribbean countries: Antigua and Barbuda, Grenada, and St. Lucia. For the purpose of this report, all regional data analysis is based on these countries only. Data collection encompassed three sectors — household and…
Grey literature | 2021
This report is a consolidation of in-country data gathered during 2020 in three Pacific countries: Fiji, Samoa and Vanuatu. For the purpose of this report, all regional data analysis is based on these countries only. Data collection encompassed three sectors — household and commercial, tourism…
Story | 20 Nov, 2023
The Plastic Waste Free Islands (PWFI) Project, a four-year global initiative, comes to an end leaving important contributions by promoting island circular economy and demonstrating effective, quantifiable solutions to address plastic waste leakage in Small Island Developing States (SIDS).
Discurso | 17 Nov, 2023
Este viernes 24 de noviembre, la UNIA (Universidad Internacional de Andalucía) abrirá sus puertas para celebrar una Jornada sobre el Parque Nacional Sierra de las Nieves.
Story | 16 Nov, 2023
Through the EU-GIZ and IUCN “Rethinking Plastic” partnership project, significant strides have been made in enhancing the circular economy model at the local level and improving municipal waste management practices and policies.
Projet | 01 Juin, 2020 - 31 Juil, 2023
Policy brief | 2023
As part of the triple planetary crisis, pollution is one of the major drivers of biodiversity loss and ecosystem degradation, and plastic pollution is detrimental to our terrestrial, freshwater and marine biodiversity and ecosystems, upon which livelihoods and economies depend.
Information brief | 2023
The "Zero Draft" text of the international legally binding instrument on plastic pollution, including in the marine environment is summarised here in English, French, and Portuguese.
Grey literature | 2023
This economic brief shows the estimated impact of marine plastic pollution on fisheries and tourism in Fiji. Marine plastic pollution can generate significant economic costs in the form of gross domestic product (GDP) reductions, estimated at up to US$7 billion (globally) for 2018 alone (WWF,…