The Australian Packaging Covenant Organisation (APCO) is web hosting the 2021 Collective Effect Summit pretty much on Thursday, November 18.
The summit will operate from 10am–1.30pm (AEDT) with consist of four classes, and aims to recognize and acknowledge the actions that are needed for Australia to scale up and speed up development towards a circular economic system for packaging.
In the first session, APCO CEO Brooke Donnelly and Dr Helen Lewis will present the new Collective Influence Examination report, which will assess Australia’s existing development in the direction of the 2025 Nationwide Packaging Targets.
The summit will also aspect a sequence of breakout classes concentrated on driving action toward addressing the process functionality gaps discovered in the Collective Effect Examination Report, like:
- Result 1: Packaging Created for Circularity
- Result 2: Enhanced Collection and Recycling Methods
- Result 3: Expanded Markets for Utilized Packaging.
The yearly APCO awards ceremony will instantly adhere to the summit, celebrating the organisations and people that are primary the way in sustainable packaging layout and innovation.
The summit is cost-free to attend, and registrations are open listed here.