PROCEP determines the plastic input into the ocean at selected points on the coast of Oaxaca. In this way, PROCEP identifies hotspots for marine litter inputs as well as waste quantities, and can build and improve local environmental and waste management systems.
ReMaL aims to reduce marine litter in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea and improve political stability in Lebanon by supporting coastal Unions of Municipalities and the national government in establishing the foundations of integrated sustainable waste management.
The ‘Circular Economy Solutions Preventing Marine Litter in Ecosystems’ (CES) project aims to work together with the Indian Ministry of Environment, Forest and Climate Change (MoEFCC) to demonstrate technological approaches for the tracking and monitoring of waste in marine ecosystems.
The project is carried out by Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ) and aims to provide needs-based advice to the Federal Ministry for the Environment (BMUV), taking into account the national and international discourse surrounding the fight against marine litter.