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Prof. Dr. Sergio Mattos Fonseca
by APREC Coastal Ecosystems (Non-governmental organization (NGO))
The circular economy rethinks the production process and contributes to the understanding and implementation of the concept of sustainability from innovation to circular business models, sharing, circularity design, reuse, remanufacturing and others, many values and opportunities are created. Added to the project, the importance of Environmental Education in the construction of values of citizenship in its broadest concept.
Method State assessment and selection of priority areas for removal of plastics and environmental education classes.
In situ surveys and visits with the production of a photographic collection and preparation of scripts and interviews, together with partners AMORPEZ and Fishermen Colony Z 7. On-site characterization of the selected areas. Plotting based on maps, dimensioning and demarcating the removal of plastics areas, where the access to the area and the production estimate for sizing the recycling plant are also defined. Preparation of the recycled material production area. The area will be adapted at AMORPEZ headquarters to receive the equipment. Following the relative technical procedures, the attributes of the collected material, day and time, and meteorological data for publication of articles are recorded at each collection site. Maintenance and monitoring: preparation of specific forms for these procedures, as well as the definition of inspection scales, in addition to control over collected and processed quantities.
Progress reports
14.1
By 2025, prevent and significantly reduce marine pollution of all kinds, in particular from land-based activities, including marine debris and nutrient pollution
Type of commitment
PLASTICS
  • Coastal clean-ups
  • Plastics product bans or restrictions
  • Plastics recovery/recycling/reuse
OTHER POLLUTANTS (please specify)
  • Cleaner production
14.2
By 2020, sustainably manage and protect marine and coastal ecosystems to avoid significant adverse impacts, including by strengthening their resilience, and take action for their restoration in order to achieve healthy and productive oceans
Type of commitment
  • Community or Locally Managed Marine Areas
  • Integrated Coastal Management
14.6
By 2020, prohibit certain forms of fisheries subsidies which contribute to overcapacity and overfishing, eliminate subsidies that contribute to illegal, unreported and unregulated fishing and refrain from introducing new such subsidies, recognizing that appropriate and effective special and differential treatment for developing and least developed countries should be an integral part of the World Trade Organization fisheries subsidies negotiation
Type of commitment
  • Removal or reduction of harmful fisheries subsidies
  • information relating to harmful subsidies
14.b
Provide access for small-scale artisanal fishers to marine resources and markets
Type of commitment
  • Legal/policy/institutional measures
  • Access to market-based instruments
  • Transfer of fishing technology
  • Access to coastal fishing grounds
  • Access and capacity building for eco-labelling and traceability systems
  • Community empowerment for fisheries management
01/2021
Acquisition of equipment, supplies, hiring consultants, calling and training volunteers
01/2021
State assessment and selection of priority areas and communities for environmental education courses
03/2021
Study of the recycling market, implementation and operation of the recycling plant.
06/2021
Start of project activities. Monitoring and publishing project results
Financing (in USD)
10,000 USD
Financing (in USD)
120,000 USD
Financing (in USD)
20,000 USD
Financing (in USD)
50,000 USD
Basic information
Time-frame: 01/2021 - 12/2021
Partners
Z 7 Fishermen Colony (CSO); NUPEM/UFRJ (AI)
Ocean Basins
  • South Atlantic
Beneficiary countries
Other beneficaries
Contact information
Sergio Mattos Fonseca, D.Sc., sergio@aprec.org.br, 5521980306999
Rio de Janeiro, Brasil
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