Abonnez-vous aux SCP News

Sécurité

4 + 1 =
Résolvez ce problème mathématique simple et saisissez le résultat. Par exemple pour 1+3, saisissez 4.

Dernières nouvelles

12 janvier 2022
Toxic additives in plastics, fresh new content for a master's module and webinar series: SCP/RAC is looking for two experts to help make ‘InPlastics’ a success!

The reuse and recycling of plastics following circular economy principles have been promoted to address marine plastic pollution, however only a small percentage of plastic waste can be effectively recycled in a ‘closed loop’ as many contain toxic chemical additives, which can pose a threat to human health and the environment. The impacts of toxic additives on the life cycle management of plastics have just recently been understood yet they constitute the invisible part of the plastic pollution issues and therefore communication on this issue is more challenging. 

11 janvier 2022
We're looking for a consultant for the preparation of a policy recommendations document, under the Plastic Busters MPAs project

The Regional Activity Centre for Sustainable Consumption and Production (SCP/RAC) is looking for an independent expert to support SCP/RAC to carry out the preparation of the document, under the Work Package 6 (Capitalization), entitled: ‘Policy recommendations in order to move forward towards GES for D10 in Mediterranean MPAs’, in the framework of Plastic Busters MPAs project.

15 décembre 2021
Lignes directrices pour lutter contre les produits en plastique à usage unique dans la région méditerranéenne, une contribution majeure à l'ambition de la Convention de Barcelone sur la réduction des déchets marins
  • Les lignes directrices ont été reconnues comme un outil majeur pour aider les Parties contractantes à mettre en œuvre le plan régional amélioré sur les déchets marins, adopté lors de la COP22 de la Convention de Barcelone (Décision IG.25/9).
  • Les pays reçoivent un soutien personnalisé continu pour les utiliser dans le cadre d'activités financées par le Mediterranean Trust Fund ainsi que de projets financés par l'UE : Marine Litter Med et WES.
  • Les lignes directrices sont disponibles en anglais et en français

Les bouteilles, les sacs plastiq

3 décembre 2021
From policy to action: how BeMed supported projects in islands contribute to the fulfilment of the Barcelona Convention
  • BeMed-Islands releases a policy brief at the occasion of COP22 of the Barcelona Convention
  • The policy brief depicts particular projects and action responding to commitments of the upgraded Marine Litter Regional Plan, discussed today as Decision 25/9 and to adopted
  • The BeMed-Islands community calls on Contracting Parties to uptake, upscale and further support its efforts towards a plastic-free Mediterranean Sea

Beyond Plastic Med supports numerous initiatives in islands which came together through the&n

23 novembre 2021
Plastic Busters MPAs' mutual learning workshop: SCP/RAC brings together marine litter experts and MPAs managers in the Ebro Delta Natural Park

Huge amounts of plastics are dumped into the Mediterranean Sea every day, making the Mediterranean basin one of the regions most affected by this global problem. Plastics are aproximately 95% of floating marine debris and more than 50% of debris found on the seabed (UNEP / MAP, 2015). The marine protected areas of the Mediterranean (AMPs), the guardians of the biodiversity of the Mare Nostrum, are at the forefront of the impacts of this plastic threat. Plastic pollution is a borderless threat and coordinated regional action are essential to effectively address the problem of plastics.

Sant Pau Recinte Modernista. Pavelló de Nostra Senyora de la Mercè Carrer de Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 167. 08025 Barcelona, Catalunya (Spain)