Industry Intelligence to present webinar on Feb. 26 that will discuss how leaders in packaging, sustainability and consumer packaging goods industries are reducing marine litter
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LOS ANGELES, February 12, 2014
– Method, Ocean Conservancy, Natural Resources Defense Council and Canadian Plastics Industry Association will discuss new solutions to reduce marine litter in Feb. 26 Industry Intelligence webinar
Industry Intelligence Inc., a market intelligence and information management company, today announced it will present a webinar panel on Feb. 26 with Ryan Williams, director of sustainability at Method Products Inc.; Darby Hoover, senior resource specialist at the Natural Resources Defense Council; Nicholas Mallos, conservation biologist at the Ocean Conservancy, and Cathy Cirko, vice president of the Canadian Plastics Industry Association.
In this online panel, moderated by PAC NEXT Executive Director Alan Blake, speakers will provide a wide array of solutions to solving marine litter.
This is a must-attend webinar for professionals in the packaging, sustainability and consumer packaging goods industries to learn what industry leaders are doing to address issues related to marine litter and debris.
To open the webinar, Cathy Cirko of the Canadian Plastics Industry Association will introduce the different stakeholders working collaboratively to reduce marine litter. Nicholas Mallos of the Ocean Conservancy will then discuss long-term solutions to plastic pollution.
Darby Hoover of the Natural Resources Defense Council will address Extended Producer Responsibility (EPR) for marine plastic pollution. Wrapping up the discussion, Ryan Williams of household products manufacturer Method will share concrete steps that his company takes to reduce marine litter.
Industry Intelligence hosts this webinar as part of its ongoing initiative to provide market-relevant, value-added content. PAC NEXT sponsors this event. The Packaging Association (PAC), the voice of the Canadian packaging industry since 1950, created PAC NEXT to proactively help the industry transition toward a world without packaging waste.
There is no charge to register for this webinar, but space is limited. To learn more about this presentation and to reserve your seat, please visit, www.i2live.net.
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