India is one of the world’s main sources of marine plastic pollution. The Ganges River system is the second largest plastic pollution-contributing catchment in the world (120,00 tonnes of plastic discharged per year), after the Yangtze River in China. The report analyses the key gaps in the country’s plastics managment and identifies opportunities for filling them.

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