From: CBC’s Quirk and Quarks, March 12th, 2022 Episode:
On March 2, at a meeting of the United Nations Environmental Assembly in Nairobi, the world’s nations agreed to negotiate a global agreement to control plastic pollution. We speak to Max Liboiron, a plastics pollution researcher at Memorial University of Newfoundland, about how the world created its plastics problem, and Tony Walker, who studies plastics pollution at Dalhousie University, on what he hopes the treaty will accomplish.
Quirks and Quarks audio file: What will the new UN treaty to control plastic pollution need to achieve?
United Nations News: Nations sign up to end global scourge of plastic pollution