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23 Mayo 2017
Goal achieved ! Marine plastic waste introduced for the first time in the chemicals Conventions

During the last Conference of the Parties (COP) of the Basel, Rotterdam and Stockholm Conventions (April-May 2017, Genève), it was officially approved by the Plenary that the Regional Centers of the Stockholm and Basel Conventions can officially work on the issue of marine plastic waste and microplastics. The Regional Centers from now can consistently report their activities on the issue to the next COP which will take place in 2019

15 Marzo 2017
ACT4LITTER: para que el Mediterráneo deje de ser un basurero

La lata flota entre las olas y acaba varada en la playa. Se une a una bolsa de plástico, un trozo de poliestireno y muchos otros objetos que ocupan un espacio que no debería ser el suyo. Los residuos marinos son una realidad, una verdadera amenaza para todos los ecosistemas marinos y la biodiversidad. Son auténticas plagas y maltratan numerosas especies marinas, así como su hábitat.

Plankton munching microplastic (Plymouth Marine Laboratory, UK.)
26 Enero 2017
SCP/RAC leads a working group on endocrine disruptor chemicals (EDCs) and persistent organic pollutants (POPs) in marine litter plastics

The SCP/RAC, as a regional center of the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants, has promoted and leads an informal working group on EDCs and POPs in plastics and microplastics in the marine environment.

8 Noviembre 2016
Meeting of the Regional Centres of the Stockholm and Basel Conventions
28 Septiembre 2016
The Mediterranean celebrates Coast Day “Blue economy for a healthy Mediterranean”

For the 10th consecutive year, the Mediterranean celebrated the Coast Day, on 27 September this year in Barcelona under the theme “A blue economy for a healthy Mediterranean”.

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