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Consumption
WWF-Philippines works to address the negative impacts of human consumption on the environment including pollution and waste. The "No Plastics In Nature" initiative has partnered with communities, cities, and government agencies all over the Philippines for projects that reduce the amount of plastics harming animals and ecosystems.
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Plastic Smart Cities-Manila City

The Plastic Smart Cities-Manila City aims to achieve 30% reduction of plastic waste leakage into our oceans by 2024, thus contributing to the achievement of 100% reduction of plastic waste leakage in Manila City by 2030. The project is implemented in partnership with TV Aksjonen of Norway.

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WWEE program

The Women in Waste Economic Empowerment program aims to facilitate business support for women entrepreneurs in Metro Manila. The project mentors women so that they can craft their business plans after which those who qualified will receive grants as start up capital. This project is implemented in partnership with USAID's Clean Cities, Blue Ocean program.

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Plastic Pollution Free Coastal Town

The Plastic Pollution Free Coastal Town Project aims to turn Donsol, Sorsogon into a plastic pollution free coastal town based on a circular economy which benefits people and nature and can serve as an example for other towns and islands. The project is implemented in partnership with WWF-Switzerland.

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Project Calinisan Batangas City

Project Calinisan aims to pilot waste management strategies for stopping plastic pollution in Batangas City. The project is conducting Entre-Pinay and citizen science workshops while also working with the city government about the Plastic Smart Cities commitment. This project is implemented in partnership with USAID's Clean Cities, Blue Ocean program.

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Extended Producer Responsibility

Following the passage of the Extended Producer Responsibility Act of 2022, the goals of EPR initiatives are to achieve circular economy and plastic neutrality through establishing significance on producer’s responsibility.

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