Reducing Plastic Waste Consumption

December 24, 2020

SPTO launches Virtual Training on Plastics Repurposing in Kiribati through the Pacific Tourism Waste Action Initiative

The Pacific Tourism Organisation (SPTO) has completed its first virtual training on plastic waste reduction with the Tourism Authority of Kiribati. The initiative is part of a joint CROP programme on capacity building for small island states, between Pacific Islands Forum Secretariat and SPTO. The workshop was delivered via pre-recorded instructional videos and live interactive sessions from 14th – 18th December.
August 30, 2020

The plastic we use unthinkingly every day is killing our planet – and slowly but surely killing us – Andrew Paris

Another bottle. Yet another one. We are 200km from land, in the middle of the South Pacific, and this is the third bottle we’ve found already this morning Everywhere is plastic. The plastic we use unthinkingly every single day, the plastic we throw away without a moment’s thought, it lives on, […]
March 2, 2020

Work To Address Marine Plastic Litter Gets Off The Ground

A cleaner Pacific Ocean free from single-use plastics.
September 24, 2018

Reducing Plastic Waste Consumption

Waste is an economic as well as environmental problem in the South Pacific. Republic of the Marshall Islands are a leading example in the global effort to reduce the amount of plastic waste and carbon emissions with their Styrofoam and Plastic Products Act 2016.
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