Global Plastics Treaty Will Test Japan’s Clean Image
By Hirotaka Koike
As one of the negotiators representing the Asia-Pacific, Japan's reluctance to embrace agreed global rules capping plastics use is concerning.
China Tackles Its Plastic Problem
By Eleanor Albert
Ambitious new reforms seek to cut down on China’s plastic addiction.
Asia Will No Longer Tolerate Being a Plastic Waste Dump
By Mageswari Sangaralingam and Sam Cossar
China set the trend of refusing foreign plastic waste. Now other Asian countries are following suit.
Oceans of Plastic: Fixing Indonesia’s Marine Debris Pollution Laws
By Muhammad Taufan
How can Indonesia overcome its status as the world’s second-largest contributor to plastic marine pollution?