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Seychelles - Circularity Assessment Protocol : Plastic Leakage Results and Recommendations - A Report to the World Bank (Inglês)

This report documents the work conducted by the center for circular materials management in the New Materials Institute at the University of Georgia in an agreement with the World Bank. Background information and a literature review was conducted from February 2019 to June 2019. Field work was conducted March 25 through April 5 in the Seychelles. The work presented here supports the strengthening of the baseline data on plastic use (packaging) and leakage and provides related recommendations to the government. This issue is directly associated with the social and behavior aspects of use and disposal by local communities which will facilitate policies and interventions specifically targeted at behavioral change. The data presented here informs actions and policies. Additionally, this work can help to raise awareness in the community and government on the issue of plastic waste management and leakage and support the longer-term global objective of reducing plastic leakage.

Detalhes

  • Data do documento

    2019/06/30

  • TIpo de documento

    Report

  • No. do relatório

    144503

  • Nº do volume

    1

  • Total Volume(s)

    1

  • País

    Seicheles,

  • Região

    África,

  • Data de divulgação

    2019/12/19

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Nome do documento

    Seychelles - Circularity Assessment Protocol : Plastic Leakage Results and Recommendations - A Report to the World Bank

  • Palavras-chave

    research need; Waste Management; environmental protection act; Solid Waste Management; effect of climate change; coastal city; solid waste management program; impact of climate change; solid waste management master plan; Marine Litter; waste generation rate; waste management plan; waste management practice; Outer Islands; compact fluorescent lights; lack of awareness; popular tourist destinations; quantity of waste; waste collection system; informal waste picker; residential waste; primary school student; lack of options; corporate social responsibility; domestic waste management; information and awareness; sea level rise; extended producer responsibility; informed decision making; waste to energy; impact of disaster; disaster risk assessment; emphasis on education; waste pickers; field work; plastic waste; waste reduction; aluminum can; Marine Debris; plastic bottles; street sweeping; personal care; educational campaign; product category; qualitative data; glass bottles; small island; main road; positive impact; community group; raise awareness; baseline data; environment protection; waste segregation; waste separation; compost facility; convenience stores; knowledge gap; waste recycling; local research; tropical cyclone; ocean current; survey questions; tourist area; behavioral change; rental property; hotel chain; coffee shops; construction waste; informal interview; walking path; snack foods; Population Density; sampling location; individual household; informal sector; coral restoration; daily operation; expert opinion; landfill space; mineral water; small payment; coastal morphology; baseline assessment; available resources; government action; plastic material; local corporation; reduction effort; municipal staff; glass recycling; small fraction; coastal inundation; flood map; local agency; sustainable way; best practice; commercial areas; mangrove swamp; residential property; tourist accommodation; fishing boat; fishing lure; commercial center; landfill facility; government stakeholders; illegal dumping; cultural attitude; commercial district; Blue Economy; fish market; Grocery Store; non-governmental organization; education component; product type; government view; primary source; public area; plastic products; economic prosperity; drug problem; small-scale industry; social attitude; international community; general population; new way; Waste Material; standardized assessment; national policy; influencing factor; Hotel Program; fishing gear; household level; local population; consumer survey; consumer awareness; environmental awareness; site selection; external source; population area; street vendor; global companies; community issues; tourist attraction; banyan tree; new material; Population Growth; literature review; temporal variation; natural disaster; holistic approach; land scarcity; storm surge; stakeholder engagement; urban setting; significant challenge

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