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Uruguay

National Waste Management Plan

legislation type Executive
Plan
Passed in 2021
The National Waste Management Plan is a strategic planning instrument at the national level. It aims to improve waste management within the framework of the transition towards a circular economy.

The Plan comprises four chapters:
  1. General Framework;
  2. Current state of waste management;
  3. Objectives and strategic lines of action;
  4. Monitoring and evaluation, institutional mandates.

The Plan incorporates climate change considerations in its line of actions. For instance, it suggests mainstreaming climate change considerations (impacts on food systems, mitigation and adaptation measures) and include measures for building resilient food systems. It also proposes generation synergies with partnerships to fulfil the Sustainable Development Goals and climate change commitments. 

Documents

from the Grantham Research Institute
from the Grantham Research Institute
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