Five things you can do to end plastic pollution

shutterstock_699927847_0The news headlines are grim. A male pilot whale dies on a Thai beach having swallowed 80 plastics bags; images of turtles stuck in six-pack plastic rings; a sad photo of a tiny seahorse clinging to a plastic ear-bud goes viral. Plastic products wash up daily on beaches worldwide –from Indonesia to coastal west Africa, and waterways in cities are increasingly clogged with plastic waste.
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eConsultant2:AIR AND WATER POLLUTION MANAGEMENT TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE PROGRAM

Deadline:03-Mar-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)

In each of the key sectors which are the main contributors of air pollution in Grsolid wasteeater Cairo and water pollution in the Nile Delta, an analysis will be undertaken to determine the key abatement and policy measures to adhere to good practice international standards. The key sectors of analysis are: (i) waste; (ii) agriculture: (iii) sanitation: (iv) energy; (vi) transport; and (vii) industry.

 

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