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Meetings with Stakeholders

The OceanWise team is organizing meetings with Stakeholders. The 2nd round of participatory sessions kicked in early in 2020, in Lisbon, Brest and Vigo. We are looking forward to the online participatory sessions to take place before the Summer in the UK and Ireland.
The 1st round of sessions took place in 2019 in Lisbon, Vigo, London, Dublin, and Lorient.
We will be publishing the results of this dialogue with the Industry and others very relevant Stakeholders on this page .

Know more about the workshops - What the Stakeholders said

  • Workshops' RESULTS - What the Stakeholders said in 2020
  • PORTUGAL: Lisbon, 2020- RESULTS
  • SPAIN: Vigo, 2020 - RESULTS
  • FRANCE: Brest, 2020 - RESULTS
  • Workshops' RESULTS - What the Stakeholders said in 2019
  • Lisbon Workshop 2019 - morning Conference PRESENTATIONS (In Portuguese only)
  • Lisbon workshop - morning Conference PRESENTATIONS (In Portuguese only)
  • About OceanWise - DGRM / Sandra Moutinho
  • Programa de Monitorização de Lixo Marinho Isabel Moura – Agência Portuguesa do Ambiente (APA)
  • O lixo marinho e a Agenda 2030 Inês Trigo – Direção-Geral de Política do Mar (DGPM)
  • Reciclagem de Poliestireno no Sistema Ponto Verde Paula Norte – Sociedade Ponto Verde (SPV)
  • Transição para a Economia Circular: o Novo Pacote Legislativo Ana Cristina Carrola - Agência Portuguesa do Ambiente (APA)

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OCEANWISE

  • OceanWise deals with marine litter in a circular economy perspective. It is focused exclusively on foamed polystyrene plastic (i.e. EPS and XPS ) products and applications with a likelihood to become marine litter. OceanWise wants to approach this issue with a wide-view angle, by putting together a multi-sectoral platform to include Governmental bodies responsible for marine environment management, Industry and other stakeholders, waste management authorities, designers, circular economy modellers, I&D specialists in participatory processes, and end-users. EPS is short for expanded polystyrene, commonly known as plastic foam or styrofoam. XPS is another type of expanded polystyrene material.

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The OceanWise project is co-financed by
the European Regional Development Fund
through the Interreg Atlantic Area Programme

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