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2/F, No.132 Nanyang Road, Jing'an
Shanghai, China

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Just One Word: Plastics and China's love-affair with single-use.

Join a panel of distinguished experts as the Shanghai FCC tackles the subject of China's addiction to single-use plastics, and what this country's actions mean for global climate change. Our all-star lineup will discuss everything from regulatory changes in China regarding plastic waste and scrap to how organizations and individuals are trying to take on the overwhelming problem of one-use plastic pollution to the innovations being developed, which could change how we use plastic.

Time: Tuesday, June 11, 7:00 p.m. ---9:00 p.m. (Doors Open 7 p.m., Event start 7:30 p.m.)

Admission: Panel event includes appetizers and a craft beer, wine, juice or soft drink

Members 50 rmb / Non-members 150 rmb

Venue: Pistolera

No. 132 Nanyang Road


Tel: 62893883

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    • Ben Ho (Founding President at China Thermoforming Association)

      Ben Ho

      Founding President at China Thermoforming Association

    • Heather Kaye (Country Liaison at Plastics Ocean Foundation)

      Heather Kaye

      Country Liaison at Plastics Ocean Foundation

    • UB Qiu (Sustainability Lead for North Asia at Sustainability Lead)

      UB Qiu

      Sustainability Lead for North Asia at Sustainability Lead

    • Ben Schwegler (Chief Scientist at Engie China Lab)

      Ben Schwegler

      Chief Scientist at Engie China Lab

    • Haiyan Sun (Co-founder of Business Ecology magazine)

      Haiyan Sun

      Co-founder of Business Ecology magazine

      Sponsors and Partners
      Sponsors and Partners

      SFCC members

      This ticket is for paid-up members.

      Member Price RMB 50


      Tickets for non SFCC members

      RMB 150