This analysis addresses the question which role regional level governance plays as part of a multi-layered approach addressing marine plastic pollution. It looks at what regional organisations have achieved so far and offers recommendations for policymakers on how these efforts can be leveraged, supported and linked to a proposed new global agreement on marine plastic litter. The research aims to inform international discussions and efforts to prevent plastic pollution, including further work under the auspices of the United Nations Environment Assembly.
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Wienrich, N., Weiand, L., & Unger, S. (2021). Stronger together: The role of regional instruments in strengthening global governance of marine plastic pollution. IASS Study, February 2021.
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- The role of regional governance in addressing marine plastic pollution