Discarded: Communities on the Frontlines of the Global Plastic Crisis
Published by: Open Development Thailand
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|Document type||Reports, journal articles, and research papers (including theses and dissertations)|
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|Topics||Pollution and waste|
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©2019 Global Alliance for Incinerator Alternatives 1958 University Avenue Berkeley, CA 94704 This report or its parts may be reproduced for non-commercial purposes provided the source is fully acknowledged. Reproduction for sale or commercial purposes is prohibited without written permission of the copyright holder.
|Version / Edition||April 2019|
GAIA is a global network of more than 800 grassroots groups, NGOs, and individuals. We envision a just, Zero Waste world built on respect for ecological limits and community rights, where people are free from the burden of toxic pollution, and resources are sustainably conserved, not burned or dumped. We work to catalyze a global shift towards environmental justice by strengthening grassroots social movements that advance solutions to waste and pollution.
|Author (corporate)||GAIA members and partners around the world|
|Co-author (coorporate)||Break Free From Plastic Movement, Balifokus/ Nexus3, Consumers Association of Penang, the Ecology Center, Ecoton, Friends of the Earth Malaysia, Greenpeace, and the Story of Stuff Project|
|Date uploaded||April 29, 2019, 16:22 (UTC)|
|Date modified||April 29, 2019, 16:23 (UTC)|