NC Marine Debris Symposium News

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The North Carolina Marine Debris Symposium is an annual event that provides a collaborative forum for the exchange of information on recent research, infrastructure best management practices, policy development, removal projects, and advocacy that prevents plastic pollution.

Join marine debris and plastic pollution prevention stakeholders from all over North Carolina and the Southeast for three days of collaboration, networking, and solution-development.

Marine debris is a problem that continues to grow. Our waterways and oceans are constantly polluted with a wide variety of marine debris ranging from polystyrene trays and plastic bags to derelict fishing equipment and abandoned boats.

Who should Attend this year’s event:

  • Local Government Decision-Makers
  • Solid Waste Managers
  • Recycling and Waste Reduction Coordinators
  • Public Health Managers
  • Fisheries Representatives
  • Non-government Organizations
  • Researchers
  • Students
  • Volunteers and Advocates
  • Business Owners
  • Tourism Managers
  • You!
Click Here to View the Agenda!
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