Raising Funds to Clothe & Educate Kids on Dumpsites in Nicaragua. 13.06.2017 14:26 SWANA Backs the International Solid Waste Association's Scholarship Programme SWANA has backed ISWA's Scholarship Programme, which funds education for children living and working on open dumpsites in Nicaragua. read more … ISWA and International Experts Join Forces at UN to #SaveOurOcean 09.06.2017 13:46 ISWA Task Force to Tackle Marine Litter ISWA is to play a major role in the urgent microplastic emergency threatening the oceans with the launch of its Task Force on Marine Litter. read more … Human Ingenuity Wrecks the Oceans – Can It Save Them Too? 08.06.2017 11:28 ISWA: Five Keys Steps to Save to Oceans from Waste Plastic & Marine Debris As thousands of experts convened in New York to discuss the solutions required, ISWA’s Antonis Mavropoulos and Costas Velis explain the organisation’s new global initiative on Marine Litter. read more … ISWA Stands with the Rest of the World on Climate Change 02.06.2017 13:27 ISWA: We Should Never Allow Science to be Defeated by Fake News ISWA President Antonis Mavropoulos explains why the US withdrawal from the Paris Agreement is an affront to science, our planet, and our future generations. read more … Calling All Videographers – Get Those Cameras Rolling 28.04.2017 11:08 ISWA Video Awards 2017 - No Time to Waste The International Solid Waste Association is pleased to announce that the 2017 edition of its short video competition, the “ISWA Video Award” is now open for submissions. read more … Earth Day 2017 Opportunity to Highlight Dumpsite Cause 19.04.2017 12:21 SWANA Joins ISWA’s Call to Close the World’s Biggest Dumpsites In partnership with ISWA, the Solid Waste Association of North America has urged supporters to sign the declaration to close the world’s 50 largest dumpsites. read more … Estrutural Dumpsite being Replaced with Sanitary Landfill & Recycling 10.02.2017 14:39 First Taste of Success for ISWA’s Close the Dumpsites Campaign Following the recent closure of the Estrutural dumpsite serving 5 million people in Brazil’s capital city, a partnership between ISWA and ABRELPE aims to ensure the closure of further dumpsites in the country. read more …
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