Plastic Busters CAP
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  The Plastic Busters CAP project, “Fostering knowledge transfer to tackle marine litter in the Mediterranean by integrating Ecosystem based Management (EbM) into Integrated Coastal Zone Management (ICZM)”, as its name indicates, is about capitalizing upon and effectively transferring the … Read More

Life MUSCLES
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  Life MUSCLES – MUssel Sustainable production (re)cyCLES – is a project funded by the EU programme Life which aims to reduce of the impact linked to the use of Polypropylene (PP) socks for mussel farming. Its main objective is … Read More

EMME
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  EMME is a multidisciplinary project which aim is to broaden the current knowledge on drivers affecting the distribution pathways, fate, biological effects and ecological consequences of microplastics in the Mediterranean Sea.   WHAT DOES THE PROJECT CONSIST IN? To … Read More

AdriCleanFish
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The AdriCleanFish project, financed by the Italian Ministry of Agriculture, Food and Forestry (MIPAAF) aims at investigating the problem of marine litter in the Adriatic Sea and its impact on the fishing production chain by intervening through awareness-raising actions and … Read More

COMMON
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COMMON (COastal Management and MOnitoring Network) is a project funded by the programme ENI CBC MED. Capitalising on the outcomes and findings of the Plastic Busters MPAs project and extending them to South Mediterranean countries, its aim is to tackle … Read More

Plastic Busters MPAs
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  Plastic Busters MPAs is an Interreg MED funded project aiming to maintain biodiversity and preserve natural ecosystems in pelagic and coastal marine protected areas by consolidating Mediterranean efforts against marine litter.   WHAT DOES THE PROJECT CONSIST IN? Plastic … Read More

The UFM label
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  In 2016, Plastic Busters became one of the 14 projects labelled by the Union for the Mediterranean in the category “Water & Environment”. For the Plastic Busters Initiative, being awarded this label means gaining a fantastic visibility among all … Read More

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