Marine Waste Books

  • Marine Litter: A Global Challenge

    Marine litter is an ecological, economic, health and aesthetic problem. It is a complex and multi-dimensional challenge with significant implications for the marine and coastal environment, and human activities all over the world. The persistence of marine litter is the result of a lack of coordinated global and regional strategies, and ...

  • Technology Transfer for the Ozone Layer Lessons for Climate Change

    Technology transfer - the development of practical applications and commercialization of research for positive environmental outcomes - is the crux of many of the 230 international environmental treaties. It is also widely viewed as essential to the Kyoto Protocol and success in the global fight against climate change. While debate rages about ...

  • Global Marine Litter Information Gateway: A global web site on marine litter (Cd-Rom)

    This CD-ROM version of the Global Marine Litter Information Gateway web site was produced in November 2001 and includes most of the items published on the site at that ...

  • Field Monitoring Disposal, 2016 Edition

    The objective of this publication is to provide practical information about using low cost and low technology tools that are useful for monitoring of possible environmental impacts associated with disposal at sea of either dredged material or inert, inorganic geological materials. The primary audiences for this guidance are countries that are ...

  • Port Reception Facilities

    This e-reader file is in EBK format and requires the downloading of our free e-reader software called the 'IMO Bookshelf' to view the file. Once you have purchased this title you must go to 'My Account / Downloads' and then 'E-books, E-reader files & Subscriptions'. You will then be transferred to our Virtual Publications site where you can ...

  • Protecting the Gulf´s Marine Ecosystems from Pollution

    The Gulf is endowed with valuable natural resources and a great biodiversity of plant and animal species. Sustainable living in the Gulf area is dependent upon such resources provided by the sea. Large areas of its coastal zone including important marine habitats are currently threatened by increasing stress on the Gulf ecosystem due to an ...

  • Pollution of the Sea - Prevention and Compensation

    The International Max Planck Research School for Maritime Affairs hosted an international conference addressing marine pollution. Academics and practitioners debated recent developments from an interdisciplinary perspective. The present volume of the Hamburg Studies reflects those discussions covering the ecological, economic, political and legal ...

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