National Plastic Action Partnerships (NPAP): a multistakeholder approach to addressing plastic pollution in Developing Countries
How can Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships manage plastic pollution in developing countries? See what learnt from Indonesia, Ghana, and Vietnam about National Plastic Action Partnerships (NPAP) in this report. Describe the challenges of plastic pollution and the need for Multi-Stakeholder Partnerships (MSP) and describe an emerging MSP process called Global Plastic Action Partnership (GPAP) and its sister NPAP counterparts in developing countries. NPAP aligns divergent interests of various stakeholders such as perspectives, targets, priorities, and timeline of all stakeholders, thereby trying to engineer change. There are some challenges too; read the report for more information.