PACIFIC OCEAN - AGENDA 2030
INDEPENDENT FEB 2015 - The world’s oceans are being filled with enough plastic waste to thickly line every coastline in the world, according to the first detailed global assessment of the problem.
The UN's Agenda 2030 kicks off with a 5 year period from 2018 to 2023 to move the blue growth agenda into another gear with specific sustainability development goals (SDGs) of which 14 concerns our oceans and seas.
GLOBAL WASTE PROBLEM - The above view of planet earth as a globe show us the great Pacific ocean gyres with estimates of plastic waste in (thousands) numbers of pieces of plastic waste per square kilometer of sea. The north and south Pacific Ocean gyres are held to be the worst at the moment.
GLOBAL WASTE PROBLEM - The above views of planet earth as global views show us the Atlantic, Indian and Pacific ocean gyres and estimates of plastic waste in (thousands) numbers of pieces of plastic waste per square kilometer of sea. The Pacific Ocean gyres are held to be the worst at the moment.
ASIA PACIFIC MARITIME 2018 (APM 15th EDITION)
Asia Pacific Maritime (APM) is the premier marine trade exhibition in South East Asia during 2018. It is particularly strong in showcasing the latest marine equipment, products and services as well as incorporating workboat and offshore technology and services.
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NORTH & SOUTH - Delineation of the Pacific Ocean as recognised internationally
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