Plastics treaty talks seen at risk of stalling amid petrostate opposition

Negotiations over a global treaty to tackle plastic pollution ended in apparent deadlock last week, with green groups blaming petroleum producing countries for holding up an ambitious agreement by pushing for a voluntary approach and favouring recycling over reduced production.

by Robert Hodgson

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