Ipsos Briefing: The Challenge of Plastic Packaging and Waste

How can companies and governments around the world address the challenge of disposable plastic and the environmental damage it entails?

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  • Chris Jackson Senior Vice President, US, Public Affairs
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Washington, D.C., November 18, 2019 - The latest briefing from Ipsos finds that the global public is increasingly concerned about the impact of waste and over-packaging of consumer goods. Eighty-one percent of people globally say they are concerned about the use of single-use, non-recyclable products. This briefing takes findings from different Ipsos research studies, analysis of public discourse, and a look at innovative solutions that companies are adopting to anticipate the future of packaging and consumer goods.


For more information on this briefing, please contact:

Chris Jackson
Vice President, US
Public Affairs
+1 202 420-2025
[email protected]


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The author(s)

  • Chris Jackson Senior Vice President, US, Public Affairs