New partnerships to combat ocean plastic pollution

US Embassy has organized a mini-conference on “New partnerships to Combat Ocean Plastic Pollution” on June 29, 2018 in Ha Noi. The conference was devoted to introducing new domestic and international cooperation in protecting our ocean from plastic pollution. CECR has been a pioneer in establishing such partnerships thanks to its active involvement in solving the problem, especially with the project “Đại dương không nhựa” (No plastic Ocean), aiming at collecting, separating and recycling plastic trash for a better and greener community in Da Nang. (From left to right: Mrs Kate Reekie – representative of Canada Embassy in Vietnam, Mrs Susan Ruffo – Managing Director of The Ocean Conservancy, Mrs Alison Davis – Environmental Officer from US Embassy, Mrs Ho Thi Yen Thu – Vice director of MCD organization, Mrs Nguyen Ngoc Ly – Director of CECR, Dr Jenna Jambeck – Professor of Environmental Engineering, University of Georgia) -CECR-
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nicolas bernier

Dear cecr team,
i am nicolas bernier from sustenea / oceankita, based in indonesia. we are working to reduce marine debris with a number of solutions, especially collection systems and plastic recycling process. We were one of the finalist at eppic vietnam supported by undp. I would very much appreciate to get in touch and explore any possibility for collaboration.
Best regards