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In March 2024, negotiators and experts came together in Bellagio, Italy, for an exclusive meeting to discuss an essential topic: Plastic money. And we’re not talking about credit cards here, but the actual money we people around the world are paying for the production of plastics through our governments’ subsidies. Ronald Steenblik was the one who made me aware of this issue. He’s worked on subsidies to fossil fuels for over 30 years, and was the Special Counsellor for Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform at the OECD - the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Today, Ron works with the Quaker United Nations Office QUNO. Together with his colleagues and other plastic experts, he organized the meeting in Bellagio to shine a light on the issue of plastic subsidies. This meeting was co-organized and supported by CIEL, the World Conservation Union (IUCN), and The Rockefeller Foundation. I met with Ron and his colleague Andrés Naranjo, and they brought along Alexandra Harrington from Lancaster University Law School. She also chairs the Plastic Pollution Task Force of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law. Learn more from them about plastic subsidies in this episode! Transcript: https://anjakrieger.com/plastisphere/2024/04/19/plastic-subsidies-transcript/ Links: - Briefing by CIEL on plastic subsidies: https://www.ciel.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/Tackling-Subsidies-for-Plastic-Production_FINAL.pdf - Report by QUNO on the Bellagio convening: https://quno.org/timeline/2024/4/quno-hosts-meeting-minds-plastic-pollution-bellagio
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In March 2024, negotiators and experts came together in Bellagio, Italy, for an exclusive meeting to discuss an essential topic: Plastic money. And we’re not talking about credit cards here, but the actual money we people around the world are paying for the production of plastics through our governments’ subsidies. Ronald Steenblik was the one who made me aware of this issue. He’s worked on subsidies to fossil fuels for over 30 years, and was the Special Counsellor for Fossil Fuel Subsidy Reform at the OECD - the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Today, Ron works with the Quaker United Nations Office QUNO. Together with his colleagues and other plastic experts, he organized the meeting in Bellagio to shine a light on the issue of plastic subsidies. This meeting was co-organized and supported by CIEL, the World Conservation Union (IUCN), and The Rockefeller Foundation. I met with Ron and his colleague Andrés Naranjo, and they brought along Alexandra Harrington from Lancaster University Law School. She also chairs the Plastic Pollution Task Force of the IUCN World Commission on Environmental Law. Learn more from them about plastic subsidies in this episode! Transcript: https://anjakrieger.com/plastisphere/2024/04/19/plastic-subsidies-transcript/ Links: - Briefing by CIEL on plastic subsidies: https://www.ciel.org/wp-content/uploads/2023/10/Tackling-Subsidies-for-Plastic-Production_FINAL.pdf - Report by QUNO on the Bellagio convening: https://quno.org/timeline/2024/4/quno-hosts-meeting-minds-plastic-pollution-bellagio
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