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International Forum on Marine Litter And Circular Economy - 2nd edition

The International Forum of Marlice2019 achieved remarkable goals convening a wide range of stakeholders to find solutions laying the basis for a long-lasting collaboration among sectors engaged. To going ahead with the work done in 2019, AEBAM, supported by its members, will organize the Second Edition of the International Forum by popular demand.

Therefore, three days meetings have been scheduled from 3rd to 5th of March 2021. The Marlice2021 will take place in the same venue, Seville (Spain), within the frame of the UN Decade of Ocean Science for Sustainable Development. The Forum’s sessions will take shape supporting Science, Policy and Action for the achievement of the SDG 14 of the Agenda 2030. Actually, several outcomes have been already established in this Second Edition such as: increase the participation, balance the stakeholders’ sectors (public, private, research and civil society), create parallel sessions for citizens, called MARLICE4PEOPLE, approaching people to marine litter issue.

During the Marlice 2021 several key topics will be considered in the framework of participatory workshops: citizen science and awareness, innovation & business, monitoring and technologies, collaborative commitments, circular economy and plastic footprint, European policies, Regional Seas Conventions, among others. All attendants will be involved in the elaboration of common evidence-based documents toward the marine litter reduction.

However, in light of the global coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis and growing public health concerns the MARLICE2021 might be rescheduled subject to pandemic development and related restrictions.

The Marlice2021 will take place in Seville (Spain) from 3rd to 5th of March 2021.

Meanwhile you can check all the information of MARLICE 2019

MARLICE 2019

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