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Model Cases for the Prevention and Management of Marine Litter in the Mediterranean, Baltic and North Sea

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14 November 2014
Berlin
Germany
Ina Krüger's presentation gives a brief introduction to the ongoing works on task 5.2 of the CleanSea project, for which model cases are analysed concerning their current and possible future contribution to the prevention and management of marine litter in the Mediterranean, Baltic and North Sea. In the first part of this presentation the preliminary results of the analysis matrix are presented. In the second part, a model case on the collection and recycling of ghost nets is analysed and discussed in depth. The presentation slides are available for download.Read more

Youth in the Arctic: A Discussion Connecting the Leaders of Tomorrow and Today

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31 October 2014
Reykjavik
Iceland
The Arctic Climate Change Emerging Leaders Fellowship (ACCEL), Barents Regional Youth Council, Emerging Leaders in Environmental and Energy Policy Network (ELEEP), Reykjavik University, and Youth Arctic Coalition convened a workshop as well as a question and answer session with Admiral Robert J. Papp, U.S. Special Representative for the Arctic and the top U.S. Government Arctic official. The session took place at the 2014 Arctic Circle Assembly on 31 October 2014. A video of the event is available online.Read more

EU Policies for Integrated Coastal Management and Maritime Spatial Planning

March 2014 to December 2015
The project supports the European Commission (EU) to coordinate and promote the implementation of European coastal and marine policies in the Member States. Issues with special focus are the analysis and development of integrated approaches and instruments for facilitating the implementation of the Marine Strategy Framework Directive (MSFD). In addition, the project assists the EU in organising sessions and workshops with competent expert groups and in improving the exchange of model examples via the database of OURCOAST.Read more

Disaster Risk Reduction Strategies in EU Coastal Areas

The European Union is in a unique position to support and coordinate Member State efforts to develop Disaster Risk Reduction (DRR) strategies, as well as support collaboration on the development and sharing of knowledge, standards and cost-effective tools. This finding and other key messages are presented in a new policy brief for EU policy makers, prepared as part of the EU FP7 Collaborative project RISC-KIT (Resilience-Increasing Strategies for Coasts-Toolkit) and in collaboration with PEARL (Preparing for Extreme and Rare events in coastaL regions). The policy brief is available for download.Read more

Public Participation: Contributing to Better Water Management

Experiences from eight case studies across Europe
As part of its work under the European Topic Centre on Inland, Coastal, and Marine waters (ETC/ICM), Ecologic Institute supported the European Environment Agency (EEA) in an assessment of public participation processes in the context of the Water Framework Directive (WFD). This resulted in a report covering theoretical aspects of public participation as well as an analysis of 8 case studies from across the EU. The report was reviewed by a series of WFD experts from various EU Member States. The article is available for download.Read more

Climate Change Impacts in the Atlantic Basin and Coordinated Adaptation Responses

Stefes, Christoph; Andrew Reid; Lucy Smith and Elizabeth Tedsen 2014: “Climate change impacts in the Atlantic Basin and coordinated adaptation responses”. ATLANTIC FUTURE scientific paper, Vol. 16, 56.Read more

RADOST Kommunale Anpassungsstrategien im Vergleich

Inhaltsanalytische Betrachtungen von neun Anpassungsstrategien in Küstenregionen

Stelljes, Nico (2014): Kommunale Anpassungsstrategien im Vergleich - Inhaltsanalytische Betrachtung von neun Anpassungsstrategien in Küstenregionen. Berlin. RADOST-Journal Series, Journal No. 31.Read more

Economic Instruments and Marine Litter Control

Economic instruments and marine litter control, published in Ocean and Coastal Management, provides a comprehensive up-to-date review of the literature on the economic instruments that can reduce marine litter. The paper, written by Frans Oosterhuis, Elissaios Papyrakis, and Ecologic Institute's Benjamin Boteler, assesses their cost of implementation, level of effectiveness as well as indirect environmental and socioeconomic effects (externalities) that may arise as a result of their implementation. The article is available for download.Read more

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