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Signatories of new Zero Waste pledge are not always committed, said Zero Waste Europe


Zero Waste Europe (ZWE) has responded to the C40 network declaration “Advancing towards Zero Waste” by stating that the signatories “don’t always translate into consistent commitments.” 

So far, 25 cities and regions from the global North have signed the declaration, which aims to reduce waste by 15%, halve landfill and incineration by 2030 and recycle 70% of waste.
The declaration endorses the importance of zero waste strategies to mitigate climate change, in line with ZWE’s report “The potential Contribution of Waste Management to a Low Carbon Economy”. 

read more: https://www.rebnews.com/signatories-of-new-zero-waste-pledge-are-not-always-committed-said-zero-waste-europe/

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