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News Archive » 2018

News of 2018

7th March 2018
SCP/RAC recrute 2 experts, envoyez-nous votre candidature!

SCP/RAC recrute 2 experts dans le cadre d'un projet pilote développé en Tunisie, dans le secteur des produits chimiques toxiques. 

3rd December 2018
Act4litter shortlists more than 100 measures to curb marine litter

 

We all have seen in the media recently the shocking images of whales washed up dead on the coast of Indonesia or Spain with their stomachs found to be filled with plastic waste. Plastic pollution is undoubtedly a big threat for our seas, with severe impacts on a large number of marine species

31st October 2018
SCP/RAC kicks-off in the Western Balkans to tackle food & beverage plastic packaging – call for consultants

SCP/RAC, supported through the Cooperation Agreement between UN Environment and IMELS (Italian Ministry of Environment Land and Sea) and EBRD (European Bank for Construction and Development), has recently started a series of activities aiming at improving the policy framework and engaging with the food & beverage industry in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro for tackling plastics packaging value chains in a circular economy.

4th October 2018
Heroes disembark in the Mediterranean to fight against single-use plastics

SCP/RAC and Zero Zbel (Zero Waste) have come together to promote solutions against single-use plastics among the Mediterranean inhabitants through the SwitchMed programme.

24th September 2018
Mediterranean Coast day: economic growth and the protection of the environment can and need to be conciliated

For this Mediterranean Cost Day, numerous experts are gathering on 25 September in Split the Croatian city hosting PAP/RAC, “the Mediterranean Coastal Management Centre”, to discuss past successes and shortcomings of Mediterranean coastal management, as well as new environmental challenges that require a more ambitious and urgent action.

The Mediterranean Sea, an important source of employment and economic growth

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