Documents

 

Title: Regional Plan for the Marine Litter Management in the Mediterranean
Author:  UNEP MAP (2013)
Abstract: The rationale for the preparation of this Regional Plan is to improve the quality of the marine and coastal environment in accordance with the provisions of the LBS Protocol and to achieve the goals set by the decisions of the 17th meeting of the Contracting Parties in 2012.
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Website: www.unepmap.org


marine litter assesmentTitle: Regional Plan for the Marine Litter Management in the Mediterranean
Author:  UNEP MAP (2016)
Abstract: The report is based on the 2008 assessment of the status of marine litter in the Mediterranean prepared by UNEP/MAP MED POL, and reconfirms a number of its findings.
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Website: www.unepmap.org


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Title: Regional Action Plan for Prevention and Management of Marine Litter in the North-East Atlantic
Author: OSPAR
Abstract: This Regional Ac on Plan (RAP) sets out the policy context for OSPAR’s work on marine litter, describes the various types of actions that OSPAR will work on over the coming years and provides a metable to guide the achievement of these actions.
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Website: www.ospar.org


Regional-Action-Plan-for-Marine-Litter-1Title: Marine Litter Regional Action Plan
Author: HELCOM (2015)
Abstract:  The sources of litter in the Baltic Sea are many. Household waste – through sewage but also dumping – plays a prominent part, while shipping, fisheries and industries also have a considerable share in creation of the problem. HELCOM Regional Action Plan for Marine Litter now sets the standard for each HELCOM member country – all nine coastal states – to put the agreed commitments into action.
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Website: www.helcom.fi


 

copertina clean seaTitle: Policy options for litter-free seas
Author: Clean Sea (2015)
Abstract:  Marine litter consists of any manufactured items or material that have been deliberately discarded or lost at sea or on the coastline, or that have been transported to the marine environment via rivers, sewage, storm water or wind. Marine litter is a pervasive problem affecting all oceans and seas of the world and is recognised internationally as a major global challenge.
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Website: www.cleansea-project.eu


copertina progetto clean seaTitle: The Clean Sea Project: An interdisciplinary study of marine litter in the EU
Author: EUCC Mediterranean Centre (2015)
Abstract:  This special issue of Costal&MArine presents some of the results that have been achieved by the CleanSea Project, the first European Framework Programme (FP7) research project  aiming to support European efforts to reduce marine litter to keep European sea clean, healthy and productive. This entails improving the knowledge and understanding of marine litter composition, distribution and impacts and identifying a mix of strategies and measures to abate this problem.
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Website: wearemediterranean.net


Marine_Litter_A_Global_Challenge-UNEP1Title: Marine Litter Regional Action Plan
Author:  UNEP (2009)
Abstract The objective of this document is (1) to present and analyse available information on marine litter discussed in documents produced by the 12 regional programmes with the help of regional consultants and technical experts and (2) to propose recommendations for addressing the problems associated with marine litter worldwide.
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Website: www.unep.org


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Title: Leadersʼ Declaration G7 Summit  (7-8 June 2015)
Author: The G7 (2015)
Abstract The G7 feels a special responsibility for shaping our planet’s future. 2015 is a milestone year for international cooperation and sustainable development issues.
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Website: www.nowpap.org


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Titolo: DIRECTIVE 2008/56/EC OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL of 17 June 2008 establishing a framework for community action in the field of marine environmental policy (Marine Strategy Framework Directive)
Author: The European  Parliament  and the council  of the European Union
Abstract: The aim of the European Union’s ambitious Marine Strategy Framework Directive is to protect more effectively the marine environment across Europe.
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Website: http://ec.europa.eu/environment


 

 

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