Event: Fahrenheit Science Picnic

Date:May 26th 202411:00 – 16:00 Location:Hevelianum, Gdańsk, 6 Gradowa Street(Tent number 9) Admission is free. Whether you’re fascinated by the precision of science, the science behind the scenes, the richness of the biological world, or the immortality of the humanities, there’s something for everyone at the Fahrenheit Science Picnic. Among many attractions, shows and educational …

Webinar: Dialogue Meeting on Plastic and Circular Economy

Date:Friday May 31, 202410.00 – 11.30 (CEST) Location:Online, Microsoft Teams Registration is open until May 29 The use or non-use of plastic is a “hot” topic and in many cases, it brings out emotions. The impact and challenges of plastic waste are well documented. By just doing a search on the topic on Google, an avalanche …

Event: Save the Baltic Sea

Date:April 29th 202409:00 – 14:00 Location:The National Aquarium Denmark – Den Blå PlanetJacob Fortlingsvej 1, 2770 KastrupCopenhagen, Denmark Registration deadline isApril 28th at 09:00. Save the Baltic Sea: A hike, a conference, and a promise Join us in Copenhagen on Monday the 29th of April as we host the Danish leg of the 9-month long, …

Mini report: Ocean-bound plastic collection methodology in Europe

Overview on Ocean-bound plastic collection methodology in Europe – Desk research and information collection This mini report provides an overview of ocean-bound plastic collection methods in Europe with a focus on collection methods in waterways for macro plastics. The report explores four main methodologies for collecting marine litter: manual collection, booms/barriers, bins, and drones. Each …

Press Release

Macro-plastics threaten Baltic Sea ecosystems: New Interreg project pioneer sustainable solutions  Macro-plastics pose a growing threat to Baltic Sea ecosystems. Every year, between 4 and 12 million tons of plastic end up in the ocean, and plastic consumption is in-creasing. Combating this global pollution problem requires inter-national action. Circular Ocean-bound Plastic (COP), a new Interreg …

Kick off meeting in Gdansk

COP kick off in Gdansk

On September 15, the project group gathered in Gdansk, Poland, for the kick off meeting of the Circular Ocean-bound Plastic (COP) project, a collaborative initiative aimed at combating plastic pollution in the South Baltic Sea. Our partners from CLEAN, The Foundation Plast Center Denmark, Ocean Plastic Forum, Sustainable Business Hub, Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea …