This plastic forum will be held in California, Anaheim from April 21st to May 9th. The forum will focus on plastic pollution, recycling, waste and other related topics. At that time, each of the sustainable development oriented activities will be at least a dozen presentations.
Trish, a spokesman for the Australian plastics packaging company, chief executive officer, said Hyde is facing a huge challenge.
"It is well known that plastic plays a very important role in our daily lives," she said in an e-mail. "It can be said that everything from contact lenses to clothing products can be described in many ways. What we don't know is how to use plastic to prevent further degradation of the oceans."
Hyde believes that the forum is able to share ideas about plastics and sustainability. From the perspective of cooperation to solve this problem, so that both the plastics industry, or community, or the government can find an effective way to better play a role.
Another spokesman Libby Bernick said in a statement: "compared with other plastics, has reduced carbon emissions, but the plastic will still have some shortcomings, such as plastic waste, especially in the middle of the ocean." Bernick is a global business executive at S&P global Trucost, headquartered in New York, USA.
She also said that Trucost's environmental data and analysis can help companies to develop sustainable plastics provide unique insights.
In addition, Edward Ltd, managing director of Nextek, a plastic recycling consultancy in London, says that every plastic project can have a happy ending, as long as we can imagine and act on it.
The plastic forum was first held in Rio De Janeiro in 2012, 2013 in Hongkong, in New York, Portugal, Cass Keith, in the city of London, in London, in the city of London, in the United States, on, 2015 in, portugal.