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Crossing The Border Without Passport: Where Our Plastics End Up

Plastic litter could cross the borders with ease, but they would impact local areas first and threaten marine biodiversity. A "marine waste picker" explains the situation in this Zero in on Plastic column.



by Devina Anglingdarma • 19 November 2021


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Building Synergy and Collaboration on Plastics in the ASEAN Member States

ERIA, IGES, and CCET co-hosted the SEA of Solutions Back-to-Back Meeting on “Building Synergy and Collaboration on Plastics in the ASEAN Member States: Towards Integrated Solutions to Marine Plastic Pollution.”



by Ellen Putri Edita and Hendro Putra Johannes • 19 November 2021


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Ocean Under Stress: The Insidious Effects of Microplastics on Our Coral Reef

Scientists have predicted that by 2050, with the way climate change is unfolding, more than 90 per cent of coral reefs around the globe will be at risk or disappear.    



by Devina Anglingdarma • 22 September 2021


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How Plastics Ingestion is Killing the Marine Life in the Philippines

In this first interview series, "Zero in on Plastics", we talked with two marine biologists from Davao City, the Philippines, who share their findings on the impact of plastic on large oceanic creatures. It is a topic that has been brewing among marine plastic activists but lacks research in ASEAN +3 countries.  



by Devina Anglingdarma • 9 August 2021