Plastic Disclosure Project

Companies urged to disclose data on plastic to cut pollution and improve resource efficiency

By Ocean Recovery Alliance

- Published on June 23, 2014 by Ocean Recovery Alliance

Companies could become more sustainable by improving the way they measure, manage and report the amount of plastic they use in their business operations and supply chains, according to ground-breaking new research by the Plastic Disclosure Project, the UN Environment Programme and natural capital analysts Trucost.

The report, entitled Valuing plastic: the business case for measuring, managing and disclosing plastic use in the consumer goods industry, was published today (23 June) at the UN Environment Assembly in Nairobi, Kenya.

Download the Full Press Release from Ocean Recovery Alliance Here>>>

減少污染,提高資源利用率:企業被要求披露塑料數據

近期,塑料披露計劃、聯合國環境規劃署和自然資本分析機構Trucost 聯合開展突破性研究。

研究表明,如果企業能夠改進衡量、管理和報告其經營活動和供應鏈所用塑料的數量,企業就

能實現可持續的發展。

這篇標題為《塑料評估:消費品行業塑料使用衡量、管理與披露的商機和價值》的報告於今日

(6 月23 日)在肯尼亞內羅比召開的聯合國環境規劃署的環境大會上公開。

此報告為首次評估商業領域的塑料使用所帶來的環境破壞成本的研究。本次研究的對象為十六

個消費品行業的上市企業,主要計算各企業的塑料使用量並評估其塑料數據披露程度。研究旨

在幫助企業了解塑料所帶來的風險和機遇,為提高其塑料管理通過建立商機和價值。

Download the Traditional Chinese Press Release Here>>>

 

Donate to the Plastic Disclosure Project of the Ocean Recovery Alliance