Great idea, Ellen. I was in Indonesia a couple of weeks ago and the state of the (otherwise very attractive) beaches was sometimes shocking. Thin film sacks, expanded polystyrene, containers, tyres (tires) and even tar from illegal bunker fuel dumping. Apart from the long term ecological damage, it is bound to impact tourism revenues. We've seen the positive impact of government action, from Berkeley to London to Dhaka, to curtail excessive use of packaging. This can be a strong catalyst for innovative plastic packaging alternatives and even circular models. We have food company, government and investor contacts in the region and would be delighted to work with you on this.