Policy Options for Litter-free Seas
Veiga J., Leslie H., Fernández P., Pérez C., Ferreira M. and Altvater S. (2015). Policy options for litter-free seas. Developed under CleanSea project co-funded by the European Union Seventh Framework Programme under grant agreement nº 308370
This brochure aims to provide policy makers, regional and local authorities, and other interest groups with practical policy options and co-management measures to support progress towards marine litter reduction.
Susanne Altvater, Ass.iur.J. VeigaHeather Leslie (VU University Amsterdam)Pedro Fernández (EUCC Mediterranean Centre)Carolina Pérez (EUCC Mediterranean Centre)M. Ferreira
European Commission, Directorate-General Research & Innovation (DG Research & Innovation), International
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Why is it a problem?
A societal and political challenge
Achieving litter-free seas through good governance is a joint effort
Prevention is the starting point
Practical opportunities to reduce marine litter
CleanSea policy options for top marine litter items and key sectors
marine litter, waste and resource management, Marine Strategy Framework Directive, International Environmental law, cost-benefit-analysis, monitoringBlack Sea, Mediterranean, Baltic, North East Atlantic, Europe
Krüger, Ina and Susanne Altvater 2015: "CleanSea Fosters Marine Litter Stakeholder Dialogue Across Europe". Coastal & Marine, Special The CleanSea Project: An interdisciplinary study of marine litter in the EU 24.1: 23.
Chairing:Introduction and Aim – CleanSea-Workshop
- Berlin, Germany
Discussion:Marine Litter in the Baltic Sea: Challenges and Opportunities (CleanSea Discussion)
- Berlin, Germany