Single-Use Plastics: Possibilities for Stakeholder Engagement (SUPPOSE)


We hope to design and implement sustainability solutions that address the problem of single-use plastics in quick-service restaurants (QSRs) in the area and for food deliveries in ADMU.

We are exploring ecosystems that describe people’s practices, consumption patterns, and behavioral change in relation to single-use plastics in the Katipunan-Loyola Heights area.

We are looking into alternative technologies/ systems/ practices that can be introduced to reduce single-use plastics in food deliveries on campus.

We hope to find answers to the following questions: What would be an appropriate communications campaign to educate and inform stakeholders on practices/ impact of single-use plastics? How can these EIC strategies be shared with academe, business, and government in the locality/region? How can we challenge students to design entrepreneurial solutions for this problem?

The SUPPOSE team invites you to the first of a series of fora on "Business Approaches to the Problem of Single-Use Plastics" on February 19.

Succeeding talks will be held in March featuring speakers who have creatively addressed the problem of single-use plastics. SUPPOSE is a project under the Arete Sandbox Residency program.

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