At the event The event attracted the participation of around 40 participants from the Vietnam’s Ministry of Natural Resources and the Environment, the Vietnam Environment Administration, United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), United Nations Industrial Development Organization (UNIDO), International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN), local departments of natural resources and the environment, and representatives from industries, academia and NGOs. The Project is funded by the Norwegian Government through the Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (Norad), and implemented by the Norwegian Foundation for Scientific and Industrial Research (SINTEF). The seminar spotlights Norway’s Ambassador to Vietnam, Ms Grete Løchen; UNDP Deputy Resident Representative, Ms. Sitara Syed; UNIDO Country Representative, Ms Le Thanh Thao; and IUCN Marine and Coastal Resources Programme Coordinator, Ms Bui Thi Thu Hien. “The Seminar is aimed at introducing the Regional OPTOCE-project, explaining about possibilities to improve the treatment of non-recyclable plastic wastes (PW) by involving energy intensive industry, particularlt cement industry, and gaining insights and experiences from complementary activities going on in Vietnam”, says Chief Scientist and Programme Manager of OPTOCE, Dr Kåre Helge Karstensen. Ambassador Grete Løchens “Our oceans are getting more and more polluted. 80% of ocean plastics comes from land-based sources. Marine debris has become a… Read full this story
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