Plastic pollution at a popular viewing site for the Hollywood Hills in California. ROBYN BECK / AFP via Getty Images More than 60 major brands, government agencies and nonprofits are coming together to create a circular economy for plastics in the United States. The U.S. Plastics Pact , launched Tuesday, unites major producers like Coca-Cola, Nestlé and Unilever United States with environmental advocacy organizations like Ocean Conservancy and the World Wildlife Fund around a series of goals to reduce single-use plastics by 2025. " Plastic pollution is a global crisis that needs local solutions, and the United States is one of biggest opportunities where regional interventions can result in transformative change around the world," WWF head of Plastic Waste and Business Erin Simon said in a press release . "To do this, WWF sees the U.S. Plastics Pact as the linchpin for uniting the critical stakeholders — industry leaders, waste management systems, and policymakers — under a common vision and action plan for meaningful, measurable impact." Today, along with @RECYPartnership and @circulareconomy, we’re thrilled to announce the launch of the U.S. Plastics… https://t.co/oWTVCnirb0 — WWF Sustainability Works (@WWF Sustainability Works) 1598371533.0 That action plan is based around the following […]

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