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Guidelines for Providing Product Sustainability Information

A global guidance on making effective environmental, social and economic claims to facilitate the empowerment of consumers

Highlights of the first plastic treaty negotiations and possible solutions

The treaty should address plastic pollution and waste and the health problems created by the chemicals in plastics as they are produced, used, recycled, discarded or incinerated as waste.

The first results of the talks on plastics

The effectiveness of the future plastic treaty implementation depends on the availability of accurate information about what substances are present in plastic materials and products through the entire plastic lifecycle.

Towards SAICM IP4.2 discussion

On November 1, the SAICM IP4 Co-chairs hold a consultation meeting with stakeholder representatives to further develop the IP Co-Chairs single consolidated document and discuss other key issues to be considered in advance of the resumed IP4.2.

NGOs call on Canada to support binding transparency requirements for chemicals in plastics at the national level and globally

To support an effective circular economy, the recycling strategy for Canada should require the use of a single recyclability label for plastic products that will ensure all product components are toxic-free and are safe for recycling.

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