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14th September 2018
We are surrounded by toxic chemicals: SCP/RAC provides 20 case studies to prevent their use and to find alternatives.
  • The new publication of UN Environment/MAP - SCP/RAC intends to inspire and provide practical indications to phase out toxic chemicals in the Mediterranean region. 
  • SCP/RAC and the EU-funded  SwitchMed Programme support entrepreneurs and CSOs to take action through technical assistance and seed funding.
  • These solutions not only would benefit the environment in the MENA region but also provides socio-economic development.
Pedro Fernandez (1st on the right) at the side event ©BRSmeas
12th September 2018
SCP/RAC at the Basel Convention Open Ended Working Group meeting: marine litter plastics as a top priority topic

For the 11th edition of its Open-Ended Working Group meeting, the Basel Convention1 organized a side event on marine litter plastics and microplastics, stressing the need to take urgent action against plastics.

 

 

 

 

15th June 2018
SCP/RAC assists to an expert meeting in Nairobi to define actions at the global level to fight against marine litter and micro plastics
  • In 2050, practically all species of seabirds on the planet will eat plastic. On this year, there will be more plastics in the sea than fish.
  • 8 tons of plastic enters our seas every year.
  • More than 40% of the plastic is used only once, before being thrown.
  • The lifespan of a plastic bag is 16 minutes on average. Then it will take 450 years to degrade.
18th May 2018
Appel d'offre: candidature ouverte pour un expert ou groupe d'experts en communication en Tunisie

Dans le cadre du développement d’un projet pilote sur l’élimination du plomb dans la peinture en Tunisie, un projet mis en œuvre dans le cadre du Programme  SwitchMed et permettant de contribuer aux objectifs de Leer la noticia entera

15th May 2018
Cross cutting strategies to free the Mediterranean from Marine Litter

 

The Mediterranean Region has been recognized as one of the areas most affected by marine litter in the world. But the region doesn’t want to lag behind and took up the challenge of freeing its sea from Marine Litter. It is developing a common culture of innovation and progress based on care for the Mediterranean environment and the efficient and circular use of resources.

 

It is our role to:

- To lead the switch to non-toxic and circular economies

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