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September 2020

KIMO International Board Meeting – September 2020

25th September 2020 @ 14:00 - 16:00
Online Event

This meeting will be held on Zoom and start at 14:00 Central European Time, 13:00 in the UK. The access link will be emailed to all board members. Please contact Anton Lazarus if you have any questions.

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October 2020

KIMO International AGM 2020

2nd October 2020 @ 10:00 - 13:00
Online Event

KIMO members are warmly invited to attend KIMO International's 2020 Annual General Meeting, to be held online from 10:00-13:00 CEST (09:00-12:00 BST) on Friday 2 October. Agenda Alongside our usual meeting business, we are happy to announce two guest speakers: Erik Goksøyr, Head of the Marine Recycling Centre in Sotenäs, Sweden will speak about the municipality’s unique recycling initiative. Karen Sandrini, Chair of the Planning and Environment Committee of Esbjerg, Denmark, will speak about the roll out of the Coastal…

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Workshop Frisian and Wadden Sea islands

15th October 2020 @ 10:00 - 12:00
Online Event

Memories on 35mm (unsplash) This October, the Clean Energy for EU Islands Secretariat with the support of Energie Samen, the umbrella organization of the renewable energy communities in the Netherlands, and the municipality of Texel will host two online sessions for the energy transition of the Frisian and Wadden Sea islands. During the first session (Oct 1st), the focus will be on the Dutch Wadden Sea Islands: their efforts and challenges as well as the opportunities to advance their transition…

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Hur orsakar kläder utsläpp av mikroplaster till vattendrag och hav?

23rd October 2020 @ 12:00 - 13:00
Online Event

Lansering av KIMOs rapport om mikroplaster från textilier till havet. Plast hör inte hemma i naturen. Vi har hört signaler om att kläder sprider mikroplast till havet, vilket oroar oss i KIMO, Kommunernas internationella miljöorganisation. För att ta reda på mer om det utlyste KIMO ett stipendium i somras. Nu är rapporten klar och idag berättar vi vad vi kommit fram till. Rapporten bygger på en stor mängd forskningsrapporter hur mikroplaster från textilier sprids till havet och dess påverkan på…

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November 2020

KIMO Sweden Board Meeting – Tanum 2020

13th November 2020
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March 2021

GGGI Virtual Annual Meeting 2021

11th March 2021 @ 20:00 - 21:30
Online Event

Members of the Global Ghost Gear Initiative are now welcome to register for the alliance's 2021 Annual Meeting. Registration is open for the meeting on Thursday 11 March at 19:00 UK/20:00 CET. Click the image below for more information and to register now.

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May 2021

KIMO Denmark Board Meeting – May 2021

19th May 2021
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June 2021

Clean Atlantic Project: Final Conference (Online)

15th June 2021 @ 10:00 - 16:30
Online Event

Project achievements on data & knowledge harnessing, monitoring, modelling, mapping and marine litter removal (technical outputs, interactive maps, online databases, protocols, apps, models, hotspot maps, case studies, pilot actions, best practices, guidelines, awareness materials, … ) will be showcased, highlighting their applicability and alignment with current EU and national policies and strategies. Key messages & future steps for prevention and reduction of marine litter will be discussed with representatives of relevant EU initiatives and programme. Programme and Agenda  

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KIMO Sweden Board Meeting – June 2021

18th June 2021 @ 08:00 - 17:00
Lomma, Sweden
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Waste Free Rivers Webinar

24th June 2021 @ 14:30 - 17:00
Online Event

It’s with pleasure we invite you to our online event on June 24th! Waste Free Rivers: challenges and solutions! Mark your calendars and be sure to join us to fight one of the biggest problems in our seas and oceans: marine litter. Background For a long period of time people thought that our seas and oceans were endless resources which could not be harmed. As a result, our seas have been used as a dumpsite for waste. Also described in…

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