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 … Corporations and Public Figures Back Drive to Reduce Plastic Waste 24.02.2017 15:23 IN DEPTH: Celebrity Backing as UN Declares War on Plastic Waste in the Oceans UN Environment (UNEP) launched a global campaign to eliminate major sources of marine litter yesterday, including microplastics in cosmetics and the excessive, wasteful usage of single-use plastic by the year 2022. Read more … Baltimore, host city of ISWA 2017 11.01.2017 09:54 ISWA’s 2017 Annual Congress - Keep the Dates Clear Marine Litter, the outcome of a major survey on the 4th industrial revolution and the results of ISWA's campaign to close the biggest dumpsites in the world - and much, much more. Read more … Six Key Areas of Plastic Polliution to be Tackled 14.12.2016 16:20 Plastic Association’s Marine Litter Initiative Adds Big New Members The Declaration of the Global Plastics Associations for Solutions on Marine Litter, also informally known as the “Joint Declaration” added seven new signatories during the course of 2016. Read more … Zero Waste Europe to Lead Break Free from Plastics, with VIDEO 14.09.2016 16:23 90 NGOs Launch Plastic Waste Reduction & Marine Pollution Initiative A global vision for a future free of pollution from waste plastic has been released today by a network of 90 NGOs, including Zero Waste Europe. Read more … Hundreds of Times More Plastic Than Life on Ocean Surface 25.08.2016 12:50 VIDEO: Behind the Scenes as Ocean Cleanup Bids to Tackle Plastic Marine Waste US public service broadcaster, PBS, has published a short film looking at the latest developments from Ocean Cleanup. Read more … System Could Eventually Clean Great Pacific Garbage Patch 19.07.2016 14:44 VIDEO: The Ocean Clean UP Launches Prototype to Remove Waste Plastic from Oceans A Dutch foundation developing technology to remove waste plastics from the world’s oceans has launched a working North Sea prototype. Read more …
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