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Plastics in the Environment – Conference Proceedings of the Status Conference

Plastics in the Environment – Conference Proceedings of the Status Conference

The conference proceedings, presenting the joint research projects and cross-cutting topics, are available for download.

The pollution caused by plastics in the environment is constantly growing and is receiving increasing public attention. The research focus "Plastics in the Environment" funded by the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) is designed to address the still insufficient state of knowledge.

The proceedings of the status conference briefly present the 20 joint research projects funded under the research focus. In addition, the work on the six cross-cutting topics of the research focus is explained. The six cross-cutting topics are:

  1. Analytics and Reference Materials
  2. Evaluation Methods of Possible Effects of Plastics on the Environment (incl. toxicity)
  3. Terms and Definitions
  4. Social and Political Dimension
  5. Modelling, Data Management (incl. Life Cycle Assesment)
  6. Recycling and Product Design

Citation

Ecologic Institute (ed.) 2019: BMBF-Forschungsschwerpunkt Plastik in der Umwelt – Quellen • Senken • Lösungsansätze. Statuskonferenz, 09./10. April 2019, Kalkscheune, Berlin. Berlin: Ecologic Institute.

Language
German
Credits

Editorial Staff: Doris Knoblauch, Dr. Ulf Stein
Graphic Concept and Layout: Beáta Welk Vargová, Ruth Haake, Lena Aebli

Year
2019
Dimension
34 pp.
Project ID
2295
Table of Contents

Einführung
Untersuchungsstandorte der Verbundprojekte

RUSEKU
SubμTrack
MikroPlaTaS
MicBin
PLAWES
MicroCatch_Balt

Querschnittsthema 1
Querschnittsthema 2
Querschnittsthema 3
Querschnittsthema 4
Querschnittsthema 5
Querschnittsthema 6

RAU
TextileMission
ENSURE
VerPlaPoS
Innoredux
PlastikBudget
MaReK
ResolVe
solvoPET
KuWert
REPLAWA
EmiStop
PLASTRAT
InRePlast

Impressum

Keywords
research focus, limnic systems, green economy, consumption, recycling, plastics, microplastics, analytics, sea, ocean, Germany