Plastica liquida: l’ultimo trucco per avvelenare il mare (Liquid plastic: the latest trick to poison the sea)

A report on the presence of (micro) plastic in detergents

Lead Organization: Greenpeace Italia

Author: Greenpeace Italia

Published on: July 2020


The Oceanic Standard COVID-19 Reopening Guidelines: Restaurant + Hotel Food Service

A guide for sustainable solutions during the pandemic that addresses the needs of the guest and customers of the restaurant and hotel foodservice industry

Lead Organization: Oceanic Global

Author: Oceanic Global

Published on: July 2020


Convention on Plastic Pollution: Toward a new agreement to address plastic pollution

This plastic pollution crisis is inherently transboundary in nature and thus requires a concerted and coordinated global response to adequately address it.

Lead Organization: Environmental Investigation Agency, Center for International Environmental Law, Global Anti-Incinerator Alliance


Published on: June 2020


Counting Carbon: a lifecycle assesment guide for plastic fuels

The report stresses and demonstrates that the fossil carbon embedded within plastics needs to be traced from the extraction of the fossil carbon to its emission into the atmosphere.

Lead Organization: Bellona Europa, Zero Waste Europe, Rethink Plastic Alliance

Author: Ana Šerdoner

Published on: January 2020


Plastic Atlas

The Plastic Atlas highlights the scale of the crisis, and the global impacts of plastic production, consumption and disposal on other key global challenges such as human health and climate change.

Lead Organization: Heinrich Böll Foundation and Break Free From Plastic

Author: Lili Fuhr, Matthew Franklin

Published on: November 2019


Chemical Recycling: Status, Sustainability, and Environmental Impacts

The report finds that chemical recycling is polluting, energy intensive, and has a track record of technical failures, and concludes that it is impossible for chemical recycling to be a viable solution in the short window of time left to solve the plastic problem, especially at the scale needed.

Lead Organization: Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives (GAIA)

Author: Dr. Andrew Neil Rollinson and Dr. Jumoke Oladejo

Published on: June 2020