Hanoi (VNA) – An alliance of retailers who pledged to reduce the use of disposable plastic bags made its debut at a ceremony held by the Institute of Strategy and Policy on Natural Resources and Environment (ISPONRE) under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment and Hanoi's Department of Industry and Trade on January 14. single-use plastic products .
This is part of activities within the framework of the "Rethinking Plastics – Circular Economy Solutions to Marine Litter in Vietnam" project funded by the European Union (EU) and the German Government. retailer s, helping them find a common voice in reducing the use of single-use plastic bags, towards protecting the environment and promoting sustainable development in Vietnam, Thang said. Alliance , and the Asia Foundation to promote communication activities to change public behaviour – in this field. plastic bag s in retail stores, thus realising the goal of sustainable production and consumption./.
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