In this session from the 2020 GovComms Festival, Vanessa Salamone and Aarti Sewak explore stakeholder initiatives that can be used to reduce the prevalence of single-use plastics and promote effective waste management.
Vanessa is the Social Media Manager at Social Marketing @ Griffith. Aarti is a Research Assistant and PhD Candidate at Social Marketing @ Griffith.
Vanessa discusses the context of single-use plastic usage in Australia. She claims that in order to reduce single-use plastics, we must visualize the packaging value chain to ensure packaging can be valuably re-used. Vanessa examines the key stakeholders involved in the issue.
Aarti discusses the socio-ecological model and how it relates to solid waste management. She uses the model to discuss the areas of responsibility of different stakeholders.
Please note that this video is of a live recording of a presentation of the GovComms Festival.
After watching this video, you will be able to:
- Understand the issues of single-use plastics and waste management, and how stakeholder insights can be used to make progress on these issues.
- Use stakeholder breakdowns to identify areas of responsibility for specific issues.
Please note that this is a recording of a live presentation.