Tag Archive for: Marine debris
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The marine pollution problem may have only started in the 1950s, but it is already impacting every part of our ocean. Now, by harmonizing data, standardizing monitoring methods, leveraging technology, and harnessing the power of a global community, the newly created Integrated Marine Debris Observing System aims to support and strengthen marine debris research.
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18-23 Sept 2022 Busan, Republic of Korea
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In the backdrop of the UN Ocean Conference 2022 in Lisbon, GEO Blue Planet together with the Atlantic International Research (AIR) Centre, the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) and the UNEP Global Partnership on Marine Litter (GPML) organised an event to promote international action on monitoring marine litter.
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29 June 2022
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More than 100 organisations joined GEO’s annual symposium to strengthen partnerships and advance Earth observations that effectively contribute to the Ocean Decade.
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The GEO Blue Planet EU Office was part of an event that gathered high-level representatives and marine stakeholders to advance R&I cooperation for a sustainable Atlantic Ocean.
Tag Archive for: Marine debris
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In the backdrop of the UN Ocean Conference 2022 in Lisbon, GEO…