NAIROBI, Kenya (AN) — Delegates from 175 nations to the U.N. Environment Assembly voted unanimously on Wednesday to devise a legally binding global treaty that attempts to cleanse the world of plastic pollution.
The vote in Nairobi sets the stage for an intergovernmental negotiating committee that will begin work this year on a draft agreement.
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