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SDG#1 Poverty

How: Singapore Aging Social Spending 

Today, one in eight Singaporeans are aged 65 and above. This will increase to one in four by 2030. Our resident old-age support ratio is projected to fall by almost half from 5.1 in 2017 to 2.1 in 2030. With a rapidly-ageing population, healthcare expenditure will continue to grow.

SDG#2 No Hunger

How: Sustainable Farming

This aims to end hunger, achieve food security, improve nutrition and promote sustainable farming.

Efforts to grow local, adopt circular economy approaches and co-create innovative solutions to enhance food production and be more resource efficient,

Eradicating poverty, promoting good health and developing affordable clean energy with the aim to achieve each one by 2030.

SDG Economy Sourcing 

How: Coca Cola

Use the highest quality and cutting edge ingredients, provide reduced sugar alternatives, and source sustainably and ethically.

SDG #12 Circular Economy  

How: Coca Cola

Global packaging to be 100% recyclable by 2025. Reduce ocean population, Zero Waste.

Design: To create packaging that contains at least 50% recycled material by 2030 and continue pursuing the goal to make all consumer packaging 100% recyclable by 2025.

Reduce waste by collecting and recycling a bottle or can for every one we sell by 2030.

Thessaloniki, Greece, Coca-Cola launched Zero Waste Cities. This program turns PET waste into furniture for public spaces while educating citizens about the circular economy.

2018: Collect and reuse 62 tons of plastic, metal and paper from 38 new collection points, creating public benches along the city’s port and beachfront. The program will also create public education programs for adults and in schools reaching more than 3 million people.

Partnership: World Economic Forum Global Plastic Action Partnership (GPAP), which will foster collaboration between governments and stakeholders in coastal communities to tackle plastic waste issues.

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The Global Plastic Action Partnership (GPAP) is a global public-private platform for collaboration to help translate political and corporate commitment to address plastic pollution into tangible strategies and investible action plans. GPAP brings together government, business, civil societies and think tanks to stop plastic pollution from source to sea by 2025, by fast-tracking circular economy solutions. GPAP is hosted by the World Economic Forum and supported by governments and the private sector. Learn more about GPAP’s vision, governance and portfolio of work

Twitter at @PlasticImpact

Department for Environment Food & Rural Affairs


Dow Chemical Company (Dow) 

PepsiCo Coca Cola Nestle

SDG #12 Circular Economy  

How: Morgan Stanley Plastic Waste Resolution

Morgan Stanley Institute for Sustainable Investing

Through the capital markets and partnering with clients and employees, will prevent, reduce and remove 50 million metric tons of plastic waste from entering rivers, oceans, landscapes and landfills by 2030. 

Recognizing that the challenge of plastic waste is a systemic issue that requires innovation, business model optimization and financing, Morgan Stanley is committed to working with diverse stakeholders to help address the challenge.

SDG #13 Climate Action  

How: Green Finance

Green finance is one of a number of terms used to label activities related to the two-way interaction between the environment and finance and investment. Related terms include: responsible investment (RI), environmental, social and governance (ESG), sustainable finance and climate finance.


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