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  1. 1. The Global Plastic Action Partnership: A Multi-stakeholder Approach to Reduce Indonesia’s marine plastic leakage 70% by 2025 15 December 2020
  2. 2. Global Plastic Action Partnership 2 Indonesia faces a mounting plastic waste crisis. Despite major commitments from government, industry and civil society, the flow of plastic waste into the country’s water bodies is projected to grow by 30% between 2017 and 2025. Recognizing the urgent need to take bold, unprecedented action on plastic pollution, Indonesia became the first nation to join the World Economic Forum’s Global Plastic Action Partnership in March 2019. 4.8m $10b70% 70% of Indonesia’s plastic waste, an estimated 4.8 million tonnes per year, is considered mismanaged. Around $18 billion in capital investment is needed between 2017 and 2040 to fully implement the Indonesia Multistakeholder Action Plan; in return, this is expected to generate up to $10 billion in revenue annually. Indonesia has pledged to reduce marine plastic leakage by 70% by 2025 through investing in five areas: reduction; substitution; collection; disposal; and recycling.
  3. 3. Global Plastic Action Partnership 3 A game-changing national action plan on plastics Over the course of a year, the NPAP developed the Multistakeholder Action Plan – Indonesia’s first comprehensive, costed analysis of solutions to address plastic pollution through a systems change approach. The action plan was informed and supported through buy-in from a broad cross-section of business, government and civil society. The Action Plan was officially launched in April 2020; a companion Financing Roadmap was published in November. Over 70 organizations are collaborating through five Task Forces in the areas of financing, innovation, policy, behavioural change, and metrics, to put the proposed solutions in the Action Plan into motion. Contact us at Indonesia@globalplasticaction.org to join the community.

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