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To Lazada and Shopee: Reveal, Reduce, Redesign
Over the past year, Greenpeace Malaysia has started to mobilize our team to start a campaign focused on plastic packaging waste caused by the e-commerce industry. Unfortunately, there is little to no reliable data that is available to the public in Malaysia. Based on Lazada and Shopee’s efforts and claims of commitment to promote sustainability over the past few years, we are curious whether they will go the extra mile to make real and impactful sustainable changes to their policies; long term programs that could make them the leaders of the e-commerce world. One that not only talks to the talk but walks the talk. (Read more)
MESTECC cracks down on illegal plastic waste factories
The Ministry of Energy, Science, Technology, Environment and Climate Change began raiding several illegal plastic waste recycling factories with the aim of shutting down 100 illegal plastic waste factories by the first quarter of 2019. This follows investigations into the imported plastic waste trade in Malaysia began and findings which were then published in The Recycling Myth: Malaysia and the Broken Global Recycling System report exposing issues with the imported plastic waste trade. (Read more)