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The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment opened the Joint Inception Workshop for Supporting Marine Debris Reduction in ASEAN Member State ~ Drafting a Regional Action Plan, and Designing National Action Plans – on Marine Debris

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment opened the Joint Inception Workshop for Supporting Marine Debris Reduction in ASEAN Member State ~ Drafting a Regional Action Plan, and Designing National Action Plans – on Marine Debris
The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment opened the Joint Inception Workshop for Supporting Marine Debris Reduction in ASEAN Member State ~ Drafting a Regional Action Plan, and Designing National Action Plans – on Marine Debris

 

The Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment opened the Joint Inception Workshop for Supporting Marine Debris Reduction in ASEAN Member State ~ Drafting a Regional Action Plan, and Designing National Action Plans – on Marine Debris

 

Today (29th October 2019), Mrs.Asdaporn Krairapanond, Deputy Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Environment presided over the opening ceremony of "Joint Inception Workshop for Supporting Marine Debris Reduction in ASEAN Member States ~ Drafting a Regional Action Plan, and Designing National Action Plans ~ on Marine Debris," which the Department of Marine and Coastal Resources in collaboration with the Government of Japan and the World Bank held this event between 29th-30th October 2019 at the Sukosol Hotel, Bangkok.

 

The workshop aims to support ASEAN Member States to develop Regional Action Plan and National Action Plans on Marine Debris. This workshop focuses on policy support and planning by brainstorming opinions from ASEAN Member States to drive operation according to the Bangkok Declaration on Combating Marine Debris in ASEAN Region and the ASEAN Framework of Action on Marine Debris. In this workshop, there were delegates from the ASEAN Member States from 3 working groups including the ASEAN Working Group on Coastal and Marine Environment (AWGCME), the ASEAN Working Group on Chemicals Waste (AWGCW), and the ASEAN Working Group on Environmentally Sustainable Cities (AWGESC), and representatives from the ASEAN Secretariat, the World Bank, the Government of Japan, International Organizations, and other related agencies attended this workshop together.

 

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