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Active Green

Active Green More than visualizing the environmental damage, it is convenient and necessary to create spaces where the inhabitants themselves are active agents, promoting a sustainable environmental culture, with programs that are aimed at the continuous training of the importance of our seas and the environment .

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Building Community Solutions for Marine Litter in the Salish Sea Watershed (2017-2018)

Building Community Solutions for Marine Litter in the Salish Sea Watershed (2017-2018) The goal of this project is to prevent and reduce land-based litter from entering the transboundary Salish Sea watershed environment by engaging local communities in identifying and implementing low-cost and low-tech solutions across the watershed. This work will increase information and awareness on marine litter, and will strengthen …

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Building Community Solutions for Marine Litter in the Tijuana River Watershed (2017-2018)

Building Community Solutions for Marine Litter in the Tijuana River Watershed (2017-2018) The goal of this project is to prevent and reduce land-based litter from entering the transboundary Tijuana River watershed environment by engaging local communities in identifying and implementing low-cost and low-tech solutions across the watershed. This work will increase information and awareness on marine litter, and will strengthen …

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Hawaii Marine Debris Action Plan

  The Hawai‘i Marine Debris Action Plan (HI-MDAP) establishes a comprehensive framework for strategic action to reduce the ecological, health and safety, and economic impacts of marine debris in Hawai‘i by 2020. HI-MDAP was built on the significant ongoing and past efforts of Hawaii’s marine debris community. The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Marine Debris Program (MDP) and the …

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The NOWPAP Regional Action Plan on Marine Litter

The NOWPAP Regional Action Plan on Marine Litter (RAP MALI) has been implemented since March 2008 right after the approval by the four member states, as a major outcome of the two-year project called the NOWPAP Marine Litter Activity (MALITA) carried out from November 2005 to the end of 2007. RAP MALI is the second phase of NOWPAP marine litter …