In 2020, the global plastics market generated roughly USD 580 billion in revenues with more than a third of that total coming from sales into the packaging market. While consumer packaging applications account for the largest segment, plastics touch virtually every sector of the global economy. Industrialization of plastic products has improved food safety and enabled advances in health care, but the risks to this value chain are building as consumers and regulators are increasingly focused on the build-up of plastic waste plaguing our planet.


This Tuesday, September 14th, from 10:00 am to 12:00 noon EST, please join keynote speaker Gregory J. Fleming, President & CEO, Rockefeller Capital Management for ESG and the Global Plastics Supply Chain: Uncovering Risks and Opportunities in a Changing World.

This free virtual conference has been assembled by my good friend Gabriel Thoumi, Head of Plastics Progamme & Director of Financial Markets at Planet Tracker.

In addition to Gregory Fleming’s keynote Why managing plastic pollution matters, panel discussions will cover:

  • Global Context Setting
  • Plastics everyday: production, use and waste
  • What is the future of plastics’ sustainability?

Just added is a closing keynote by Congressman Raúl Grijalva of Arizona, Chair of Natural Resources Committee, U.S. House of Representatives. The detailed agenda is here.

Register here to join over 700 colleagues at this important event.

Tuesday, 9/14 – ESG and the Global Plastics Supply Chain – Uncovering material risks and opportunities

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