FanpLESStic-sea 2019. Review of existing policies and research related to microplastics.
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The FanpLESStic-sea project – “Initiatives to remove microplastics before they enter the sea” started in January 2019. In addition to the project goals such as raising awareness and looking for solutions related to the issue of microplastics, the project will contribute to the implementation of several actions (RL4, RL6 and RL7) of the HELCOM Regional Action Plan on Marine Litter. Additional information on the project, including partnership and envisaged activities, can be found at the FanpLESStic-sea project and HELCOM websites. FanpLESStic-sea is an EU INTERREG funded Baltic Sea Region project aimed at decreasing and removing microplastics in the Baltic Sea, where HELCOM is one of the partners. The envisaged outputs of the project are: -- A model to map, understand and visualize microplastic pathways that will be applied to the partners’ cities and/or regions; -- Piloting of new technology i) for filtering out microplastics; ii) sustainable drainage solutions as means for re.....
Sustainable Development Goals (SDG)14.1
Best Practice TypeManual (incl. handbook, guide, cookbook etc)
Spatial CoverageBaltic Sea
CitationVuola, A.; Ruiz, M. and Vianello , A. (2019) FanpLESStic-sea 2019. Review of existing policies and research related to microplastics. FanpLESStic-sea-project, 138pp, DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.25607/OBP-824
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