To ensure the whole region has an active voice in shaping and governing ANZPAC, a senior steering committee of industry experts has been established to oversee the program. The ANZPAC Collective Action Group (ACAG) is a team of leading industry, government, and civil society representatives from across the supply chains in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Islands. ACAG Members are highly experienced, committed to achieving positive environmental outcomes and willing to collaborate.
ACAG participants are required to be senior level executives, government representatives or civil society experts with a deep experience in their chosen field and extensive business acumen. Important attributes for all participants are a willingness to contribute to a collaborative forum, the ability to think independently and an appreciation for the complex interdependencies of the region’s plastics ecosystem. Individuals with the ability to apply systemic thinking to complex supply and demand modelling are particularly well suited. Experience driving multifaceted stakeholder and communication strategies are also beneficial in applying the end-to-end lifecycle values required to progress the objectives of the ACAG.