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International Developments in Single-Use Plastics Bans
Markets and legislators worldwide have increasing pressure to develop legislation banning single-use plastics.

This panel webinar, moderated by Jonathan D. Cocker of Baker McKenzie will outline the recent developments around the world in single-use plastics restrictions and options for industry in response.

Jun 3, 2020 10:00 AM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Sally-Anne Käsner
Director @Circular-Vision
Sally-Anne is a Director of Circular-Vision, a Circular Economy strategy and design consultancy. She is passionate about making a positive impact by identifying opportunities to shift circular economy principles into implementation. Her focus is on driving economic, social and environmental prosperity through connecting across the value chain; collaborating on projects; creating new business models that respond to the circular economy principles, leading to a thriving and inclusive economy. A background in waste minimisation and many years in the resource efficiency and cleaner production consulting environment, has provided a sound base from which to work. She was previously an Executive Associate at JG Afrika (an engineering and environmental consultancy), is a founding member and Operational Manager for EcoStandard (083-558-NPO – www.ecostandard.co.za), a founding member of the African Circular Economy Network (195-590-NPO – www.acen.africa), and a Non-Executive Director of Polyco.
Sumangali Krishnan
Chief Business Office @GA Circular
Sumangali Krishnan is the Chief Business Officer at GA Circular (GA) and has developed and led various research, policy and on-ground projects aimed at developing a Circular Economy framework for Asia. Pursuant to a career in corporate law, Sumangali is now actively engaged in exploring research-based solutions to guide policy, behaviour change, and industry-led interventions in South East Asia. Sumangali has a J.D. in Law and a Masters in Economics and has lived and worked in the United States prior to moving to Singapore.
Sarah Edwards
CEO @Eunomia Research & Consulting in North America
Sarah Edwards is CEO of Eunomia Research & Consulting in North America. She has over 20 years’ experience in the waste and resource management sector working across the public, private and consultancy sectors in North America, the UK and Africa. Sarah’s expertise includes the design, evaluation and delivery of recycling systems that focus on driving a circular economy. Sarah also has experience of assessing the cost benefit of different potential policy measures including those that related to single use plastics.