Ocean Action Hub
9 Oct 2020The 18th edition of UNEP’s Foresight Brief highlights the global concern on marine plastic litter pollution and calls for monitoring and assessment.
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8 Oct 2020 - Today the £50 million 

Earthshot Prize
launches to incentivise change and help repair our planet.

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7 Oct 2020 - Kelping Hands is a brand-new, pharmaceutical-grade, hand sanitizer made from a species of seaweed found on the west coast of British Columbia.

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6 Oct 2020 - Guardian UK - Thirty times more plastic on ocean floor than surface, analysis suggests, but more trapped on land than sea.

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5 Oct 2020 - WEF - A new study has identified 116 deepsea coral reefs which scientists say are every bit as much in need of protection as the coastal reefs visited by snorkelers every year

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2 Oct 2020 - Plastic Waste Free Cities Request for Proposals is seeking entities and organisations to submit proposals to eliminate plastic waste, by working with cities on big-impact solu

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1 Oct 2020 - High-level dialogue included contributions from the Prince of Wales, Seychelles President Danny Faure and Sweden's Isabella Lövin, emphasised the role of the ocean in conservi

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30 Sept 2020 - Singer joins the global chorus of world leaders, activists and public calling for action

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30 Sept 2020 - OECD - Here are four areas where governments can act now, using their COVID-19 recovery and stimulus packages to ensure that we “Build Back Bluer”:

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24 Sept 2020 - The COVID-19 pandemic has demonstrated the importance of shipping as the most reliable, efficient and cost-effective method of transporting goods internationally.

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High-Level Side-Event to be held by the United Nations Secretary General's Special Envoy for the Ocean, Ambassador Peter Thomson, with the support of the Department of Economic and Social Affairs i

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30/09/2020 - 08:00 to 09:30
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21 Sept 2020 - Scientists say climate change and pollution could kill off the world’s coral reefs by 2100.

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