Join our special seminar on CREATING AWARENESS TO PREVENT MARINE LITTER IN THE INDO-PACIFIC
It is a free seminar open to all stakeholders and is part of a series of events funded by DFAT.
Below is the registration link for attendees.
This Seminar is part of the AIIPOIP “Indo-Pacific Partnerships on Marine Ecology” project. The session will focus on understanding, management and protection of coastal and marine ecosystems and assessing its impact on Coastal communities, marine biodiversity and economic sectors such as fisheries, coastal- and ocean tourism, through sharing of experiences and best practices. The proposed discussion explores the areas of action for plastic waste management. This includes coordination of public and private organizations as well as key deliberations between the government officials and industry representatives. The discussion is aimed at creating a deeper reflection about raising public awareness, defining waste responsibilities more clearly, working to change the habits and unsustainable practices of consumers.
The panellists will share insights on:
- Industry best practices and initiatives taken by corporates in handling plastic marine debris
- Government -Industry Partnerships for addressing Marine Pollution
- Global best practices in various countries to safeguard marine ecology
- Innovation and new technologies for plastic waste processing, with specific examples and case studies from their countries