How can policy makers take action?
Check our infographic with some of the recommendations addressed to policymakers, to respond to
the gaps that are impeding better marine litter management from the aquaculture sector.
Methodology for Identifying Marine Litter Sources workshop
AQUA-LIT attended through the IEO the “Methodology for Identifying Marine Litter Sources” workshop organized by
the Spanish Ministry for Ecological Transition and the Demographic Challenge (MITERD).
More deliverables are out!
With just one-quarter of the project ahead, we have now published the work developed in the first half of 2020.
AQUA-LIT at Marine Litter TAIEX-EPPA's workshop
AQUA-LIT was invited to participate in an online workshop on Managing Marine Litter to be held on September
Barriers & Solutions to Tackle Marine Litter!
After assessing all the results obtained from our workshops in the Mediterranean Sea, Baltic Sea and the North Sea, we
have for you the barriers faced by aquaculture stakeholders and the solutions proposed by them to overcome them!
Celebrating the Big Blue
Sir Arthur Charles Clarke once said: “How inappropriate to
call this planet Earth when it is quite clearly Ocean?”
By: Aleksandra Zivanovic
AQUA-LIT Gadgets find an alternative interesting use!
The recent state of pandemic forced the use of disposable personal protective equipment. If not
disposed of properly, these items can be a threat to the environment. But you can still find your sustainable
Thermaikos Gulf: successful seabed clean-up in Greece
Operations for seabed cleaning from aquaculture mussel nets started in May in Chalastra,
8 ways to rebuild a stronger ocean economy after COVID-19
The World Economic Forum published an article about how the pandemic offers an opportunity to reboot a more sustainable
AQUA-LIT is winner of the EU in My Region photo contest!
Click to see our winning photo and to have a chance to win a price too!
The Roadmap to a Healthy Ocean in 2030.
EU adopts emergency aid for aquaculture and fisheries
The European Commission welcomes launched the 2020 European Maritime and Fisheries Fund (EMFF) pre-financing process to
mitigate the impact of coronavirus on the aquaculture and fisheries sectors.