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Maharashtra joins World Economic Forum in fight against plastic pollution

The partnership will bring together Maharashtra's leading policymakers, business leaders, among others to formulate a state-level plan to eradicate plastic pollution

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Press Trust of India
India's largest state in terms of GDP and home to the country's financial capital Mumbai, on Sunday joined the World Economic Forum's Global Plastic Action Partnership (GPAP) to advance regional efforts to fight plastic pollution.

With the new partnership announced here during the WEF Annual Meeting 2022, Maharashtra has joined a growing list of global economies that will leverage the GPAP platform to drive localised solutions for the circular economy.

The partnership will bring together Maharashtra's leading policy-makers, business leaders, civil society organizations and experts to formulate a state-level plan to eradicate plastic pollution.

The announcement follows the fifth United Nations Environment Assembly

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First Published: May 23 2022 | 12:57 AM IST

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