Nigeria is partnering Ghana, Indonesia and Vietnam in a scheme supported by the World Economic Forum (WEF) aimed at curbing plastic pollution, which opens up multibillion-dollar circular economy investment opportunities.
Under the WEF’s new Global Plastic Action Partnership (GPAP), a platform encouraging governments, businesses and civil society to translate plastic pollution commitments into concrete solutions, stakeholders will formulate a common approach to bring system change to the circular economy, creating new jobs.
“The transition to a circular economy will be a crucial part of Nigeria’s global recovery and addressing plastic pollution, in particular, will have a visible impact on its natural environment, quality of life, and opportunities for young people,” said Chido Munyati, acting head of Africa at WEF...
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