Phuket Hotels Team Up and Aim High to Reduce Plastic Use
Welcome and Introduction
Speaker Napaporn Yuberk, Advisor/National Coordinator-Thailand CAP-SEA Project, GIZ
Creating a Circular Economy for Plastic towards the Thailand’s Bio-Circular-Green Economy (BCG) Model
Speaker Dr. Wijarn Simachaya , Thailand Environment Institute (TEI)
3.15 – 3.30pm The Collaborative Actions for Single-use Plastic Prevention Project (CAP-SEA)
Speaker Christoffer Brick, Project Leader, CAP-SEA Project , GIZ
Collaborative Actions from hotels in Phuket and the alternatives
Speaker Jayne MacDougall CAP-SEA Project, Phuket.
Summary and Closing. Speaker Napaporn Yuberk, Advisor/National Coordinator-Thailand CAP-SEA Project, GIZ
About CAP SEA Project
The Collaborative Actions for Single-Use Plastic Prevention in South-East Asia (CAP SEA) project is helping to address the plastic crisis in Southeast Asia by focusing on upstream approaches (such as re-use, recycled content targets, design for recycling and ecodesign) and embedding those in broader Circular Economy Strategy Advice to the governments of Thailand, Malaysia and Indonesia.
The project is being implemented as part of the German Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU)’s “Export Initiative Green Technologies.
The Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) GmbH is owned by the German government and has operations around the globe. GIZ provides services in the field of international cooperation for sustainable development. GIZ also works on behalf of other public and private sector clients both in Germany and overseas. These include the governments of other countries, the European Commission, the United Nations, and other donor organisations. GIZ operates in more than 120 countries and employs approximately 23,000 staff worldwide.