November 22, 2022
Casuarina Hall, India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
PHYSICAL PARTICIPATION BY INVITATION ONLY
Plastic waste management is a global challenge and it has become a part of our lives, lifestyle and our environment. While they prove to be important in certain applications, the heedless use of plastics for unfavourable applications are threatening to swamp this world completely.
In recent years, efforts to mitigate the ill effects of plastics has gained traction, through introduction of policies such as single use plastic ban and extended producer responsibility. The Swachh Bharat Mission 2.0 has listed plastic waste management as one of its key agenda. The next five years is going to witness a critical chain of events in defining the way we approach this enormous challenge. The technical capacity of the state governments, ULBs, and other stakeholders would play a pivotal role in achieving a plastic waste free nation.
It is therefore imperative to understand the Life cycle of plastic to strategize and streamline our approach towards managing plastic waste not only in India, but across the globe.
Centre for Science and Environment (CSE) invites you to a one-day National Conclave to discuss the issue and release its report – The plastic life-cycle.
A pool of domain experts from the government, industry, research institutes, municipal administrations and other stake holders will join us to talk about the future of plastic waste management in India.
|This Conclave is open for waste management practitioners, officials from Central and state urban departments and municipalities, urban and town planners, civil society organisations, academia, research institutes, waste management industry representatives, journalists and others. All those who register for virtual participation will receive an automatic confirmation. However, we request you to register yourself at the earliest and reach out to us in case of any queries.|
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|November 22, 2022
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