How can we keep plastic pollution a non-partisan issue? Why is this so important?
As elections politics and recycling trade wars heat up in the US, we turn to UK-based strategist Emma Priestland for some perspective. We touch on the topics of global and European plastics impacts, economics, unique lessons from UK politics and policy, narrative strategy, and more.
Emma has been working on plastic pollution policy and campaigning for the better part of the past decade. When this episode was recorded, Emma was working as a plastic pollution campaigner with Friends of the Earth UK. A marine biologist by training and expert in marine pollution, she has worked tirelessly to build a circular economy and support smart waste and packaging legislation as a policy officer for Seas At Risk. Emma recently took on an exciting new role as Corporate Campaigns Coordinator for Break Free From Plastic.
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Learn more about some of the campaigns we discuss in this episode at https://friendsoftheearth.uk/plastics.
From ocean impacts to full supply chain tactics, we go behind the scenes with #breakfreefromplastic strategist & documentarian Stiv Wilson.