World Environment Day


This 5 June join millions around the world to #BeatPlasticPollution

MediTerra joins the celebration of World Environment Day 2023

World Environment Day 2023 reminds us that every citizen action against plastic contamination adds to the global movement. These citizen actions push governments and companies to implement concrete measures against plastic pollution.

It's time to accelerate action and the transition to a circular economy.

It's time to #BeatPlasticPollution

Governments, cities and municipalities

Take action, make commitments and formulate new norms and standards. Governments have the potential to catalyse change at local, regional and global levels.

While solutions must involve all sectors, governments and local authorities need to lead change, develop legislation to reduce the production of harmful and unnecessary plastics, incentivise sustainable business practices and invest in better waste management infrastructure.

Business and the financial sector

Redesign product to eliminate and replace unnecessary and harmful plastics from packaging and production, especially single-use plastics.

Investors play a crucial role in mobilising finance and standardising best practices to move companies and manufacturers away from the production of harmful plastics and towards circular economies of plastics.

People and communities

The actions of citizens and communities underpin the systemic change needed to achieve a less plastic-dependent economy.

NGOs, faith-based groups and community associations are the foundation of any major change in the world. We can use our voices and decisions to drive change in all sectors.