Taking WRAP's impact across the globe
To make our world more sustainable, we are acutely aware that tackling the issue cannot be done by one country, region or continent by itself. With this in mind, WRAP works globally with governments, businesses, and communities to deliver practical solutions to improve resource efficiency within plastics, food and textiles.
We take the successes, experience and lessons learnt in the UK and work with in-country partners to ensure we develop projects that fully address the needs of the local area.
Where we work
Take a look at our work across the globe.....
On 16th March WRAP and the World Economic Forum’s Global Plastic Action Partnership (GPAP) announced a formal partnership agreement to address the global issue of plastic waste by supporting projects within both the network of Plastics Pacts, and Global Plastic Action Partnerships around the world.
Examples of our work include:
Mexico Conceptual Food Framework
The World Bank commissioned WRAP as one of the world’s leading organisations on FLW, to support the development of the conceptual framework to guide the process for the development of a national strategy for FLW. The framework identifies the ‘hotspots’ where losses and waste occur along the food supply chain and provides an initial list of solutions for the short-, medium- and long-term that could help prevent and reduce FLW.
European Plastics Pact
This Plastics Pact, covering European Economic Area (EEA) is the first regional pact to join the growing global Plastics Pact network. We are the secretariat for the Pact.
Textiles Action Network
The Textiles Action Network puts the global textiles industry on the trajectory to net zero carbon emissions through transitioning to a circular economy.