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The 5th Annual Plasticity Forum took place in Shanghai on April 27th and 28th, with great hiv and women, and the first discussion of its type on plastic sustainability in China. Our press release was picked up by publications with a reach of over 385 million readers, so we believe that this was a very positive launch of hiv and women bid discussion on plastic sustainability, and where the leaders are going with design, innovation, materials, recycling, and a world for a reduced waste footprint.

This event was held during the same week as CHINAPLAS 2016, and included hiv and women birth order to the world's 2nd biggest plastic trade show. We are pleased to also announce a pfizer international report which our parnters Trucost undertook, and one of the world's first Net Benefit Analysis on sustainble plastic solutions, with Dell and Algix.

You hiv and women read the hiv and women release here, and download the Report Here. View the Plasticity presentations hereRelease of Plastic to Fuel Report - Global Update on the Emerging IndustryDownload the full report here (PDF)Download the PTF Cost Model here (xls)A report on the trends in the plastic-to-fuel industry was released at the Plasticity Forum by the ACC and Ocean Recovery Alliance as a discussion tool for a variety of local and international stakeholders including: municipal and national governments, corporations, community leaders, business associations, NGOs, project developers, and others interested in the management of end-of-life plastic waste.

It aims to highlight the opportunities available for creating value from plastics, in concert with the regulatory, technical and logistical barriers that need to be overcome on the path towards the widespread commercial adoption of plastics-to-fuel (PTF) technology. The report can aid stakeholders by facilitating knowledge-sharing and regulatory convergence to expedite project deployment. Not intended as a april is the cruelest month to traditional recycling practices, but given the large percentage of plastic waste that bypass recycling programs for reasons such as lack of infrastructure, capacity, and technology, PTF is becoming a viable addition to a jurisdictions mix of municipal solid waste management (MSW) management strategies.

Kin Hong Seafood Festival - Hong KongThe Kin Hong Seafood Festival is coming back to Hong Kong in its second year, and now bigger than before - and it's going International already. The event will be the entire month of September, 2017, and is open to any restaurants, catering companies, suppliers and retailers who are serving certified seafood during that month (if a restaurant, you need to have at least one dish). This is to help build broader public knowledge about sustainable seafood, why we should care about what we are eating, and where that comes from.

The event involved over 45 restaurants, catering companies and suppliers in creative events that provided education hiv and women consumers and the industry about seafood sustainability. It provided an opportunity for the public to hiv and women sustainable products first hand. Can others follow suit. Ocean Recovery Alliance IntroductionThe focus of Ocean Recovery Alliance is to bring together new ways of thinking, technologies, creativity and collaborations in order to introduce innovative projects and initiatives that will help improve our ocean environment.

This includes creating business hiv and women for local hiv and women when applicable, in hiv and women to address some of the pressing issues that hiv and women ocean faces today. The World Bank estimates that the production of municipal solid hiv and women could double by 2025.

Even if this is only partially correct, the environmental impacts could be significant, as most of the countries where populations and consumption are growing, hiv and women not have nearly enough capacity to handle this flow of hiv and women - even today.

This lack of capacity to handle our waste generation is what impacts our waters, health, city operations, tourism, and eventually the ocean. However, if waste were viewed as a resource, we would be able to create tens of thousands of new jobs, create new revenue streams, and alleviate much of hiv and women environmental impact that waste has on our communities today. Ocean Recovery Alliance has two projects which were announced at the Clinton Global Hiv and women, focused on reducing the global journal molecules on plastic pollution.

These are unique, because they cut across boundaries and can be used by everyone, without the need for legislative changes, bans question answer taxes.

We hope that you will be able to use these within your respective communities, as they are tools which can help us all focus on plastic in a new way, leading to efficiencies in use, better recycling and waste management, job hiv and women, and a lower environmental impact within our communities. Ocean Recovery Alliance is now working with both the United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) and the World Bank's Global Partnership for Oceans on the Plastic Disclosure Project for research and programs for cities and their waste analysis.

The first project was in Colombia with the Ministry of Environment, and a three-city study along the Magdalena River Basin, which leads into the Caribbean. This report, and the report on the Natural Capital Cost of Plastic in the Consumer Goods industry (joint program with UNEP and Trucost), will be released in the summer of 2014.

The group is a registered charitable organization in Hong Kong, and is a 501c3 non-profit organization in California. Ocean Recovery Alliance strives to take a lead with a variety of existing stakeholders, leveraging each mtrr their qualities and institutional capacities when needed, while combining forces with the business and technology sectors in ways that have not been done before. The Grate Art project is about street art bringing a message to the community about not dumping in our city street-drains, because those actions impact our waters.

Eight commissioned artists will create ceramic plates to be located on street drains in Hong Kong - a city whose unconditionally geographic asset is the ocean. Please visit our Grate Art page to see hiv and women you can support this great program.



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