Phasing out Single-Use Plastic (SUP): Creating a New Default | Thailand, Policy 2020
SEED Practitioner Labs Policy Prototyping - Thailand
Published 07 Jan 2021
Phasing out single-use plastics (SUP) in Thailand demands a commitment from different sector stakeholders - the private sector, as producer and purchaser of the material, plays an influential role in providing alternatives and realising sustainable consumption and production. This two-page overview created from the SEED Practitioner Labs for Policy Prototyping in Thailand outlines the key messages of the GIZ CAP-SEA Pilot Project on reducing SUP, which will kick off in Phuket to explore the feasibility of SUP reduced default standards in consumer goods and draw conclusions on what is needed for SUP prevention to be more successful.