Stéphanie Fillion is a New York-based reporter specialising in foreign affairs and human rights and a United Nations correspondent. Her work was published in outlets like Forbes, Foreign Policy, Radio-Canada and the Japanese newspaper Asahi Shimbun. She has a masters degree in journalism, politics and global affairs from Columbia University and a BA in political science from McGill University. In recent years, her UN coverage received two UN Correspondent Association awards as well as a Gracie award from the Alliance for Women in Media. She writes in French, English and Italian.
Countries want to end plastic pollution by 2040 but haven’t yet found agreement on a path to the goal.
This year’s meeting will be marked by notable absentees, fuelling a sense that the body’s multilateral power is on the wane.
A resolution forces nations to show their hand. After Russia’s invasion, consistency has not been to everyone’s liking.