Ocean Action Hub

11 May 2017 - The South Asia Cooperative Environment Programme is supporting countries to protect coastal and marine ecosystems and build regional resilience.

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Indonesia

A social initiative driven by youth in Bali, Indonesia to say NO to plastic bags!

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Cape Verde

Monthly beach clean-ups in Sal island led to plans to establish a recycling facility. 

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Netherlands

A not-for-profit foundation based in the Netherlands, The Ocean Cleanup develops advanced technologies to rid the world’s ocean of plastic.

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Peru

9 Feb 2015 - View the photo gallery by Raúl Arteaga Bengoa and Renato Contreras Farías.

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Morocco

A recent meeting in Rabat, Morocco brought stakeholders together in support of the development of aquaculture in the country.

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Papua New Guinea

Kimbe Bay in Papua New Guinea’s island of New Britain holds an almost mythical status amongst divers.

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Indonesia

Indonesia - The Indonesian Waste Platform (IWP) was established in October 2015 as a 'hub' connecting stakeholders who are involved in solutions on land-based and marine-based waste from a

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Ecuador

19 Dec 2016 - Ecuador's National Assembly approved the "Codigo Organico del Ambiente" (COA), the National Environmental Code, integrating and updating all the country's envi

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Cuba

Natural solutions to sustainability challenges in Cuba: The Sabana-Camagüey Archipelago lies at the heart of the broader Sabana-Camagüey Ecosystem (SCE). 

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Malaysia

In March 2003, the Government of Sabah announced its approval of the proposed Tun Mustapha Park (TMP), a marine area covering 1.02 million hectares in the northern part of Sabah.

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