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EU report: Harm caused by marine litter

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European Comission's Joint Research Center issued a report concerning the damages caused by marine litter, noting that is a major global problem alongside other key environmental issues of today. Marine litter is often transported by ocean currents over long distances and is found in all marine environments, even in remote regions.

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Tennet, Energinet plan North Sea Wind Power project

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TenneT of Netherlands, Energinet of Denmark and TenneT TSO of Germany will sign an trilateral agreement in Brussels, on 23 March 2017, that will press ahead on developing a large renewable European electricity system in the North Sea. The companies aim to make the energy transition both feasible and affordable and central to the plan is the construction of one or more islands.

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EU ship recyclers to promote clean and safe practices

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The NGO Shipbreaking Platform has welcomed the step of five European ship recycling yards which have joined forces to effectively raise awareness of existing best practice and the fact that there is capacity in Europe to properly recycle ships. The organisation further vows to support efforts in attracting more business as long as they maintain sustainable practices.

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What the EU ETS means

ets

This animation video, produced by the European Parliament, explains how the EU’s Emissions Trading System works with the aim to discourage industries from emitting CO2 by making it cheaper to go green. However, due to the financial crisis, some modification have been made.

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Our ocean, an ocean for life

ocean

Proctecting the seas means protecting our future. In view of the 4th edition of the "Our Ocean" conference hosting by the European Union this time, the European Union has produced video to highlight that the ocean is under pressure and urgent action is needed.

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Bangladesh to build greener ship recycling

bangladesh

IMO announced that the Government of Bangladesh is actively seeking international partnerships and financial support to help make the country’s ship-recycling facilities greener and more sustainable, following the successful completion of the first phase of a project aimed at improving safety and environmental standards within the country’s ship-recycling industry.

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