Waiting of SIDISA 2021: Macro and Micro-Plastic litter and increased Covid-19 based plastic pollution in the aquatic environment: analysis, effects, rimediation and policy solutions
With the help of the Scientific Committee we organized five webinars with five international experts concerning topics of full interest for SIDISA 2021 participants.
Attendance will be free of charge for already registered participants to SIDISA 2021. Non registered subscribers will be charged a registration fee.
12 May | h. 11.30
Prof. Damia Barcelò
Full Professor IDAEA-CSIC, Spain. Since 2008, Director of the Catalan Institute for Water Research (ICRA), Girona, Spain.
Macro and Micro-Plastic litter and increased Covid-19 based plastic pollution in the aquatic environment: analysis, effects, rimediation and policy solutions
This presentation will cover, in the first part, different aspects of Micro-Plastics (MPs) and Macro-Plastic litter pollution in coastal waters, waste waters, rivers, sediments and lakes. Case studies of MPs pollution in several coastal environments, sediments and catchments of China, Saudi Arabia, India, Mexico, Europe and Australia will be reported. The second part will be devoted to plastic litter and its increase use under COVID-19 outbreak. This is related to an excessive use and consumption of single-use plastics, including personal protective equipment, masks and gloves. This presentation aims to provide an integrative and insightful overview on the effects of COVID-19 on MPs pollution and its potential implications
on the environment and human health. Lastly, remediation strategies and policy solutions to mitigate the global MPs problem will be addressed.
The online registration forms require a google account, alternatively you will also find attached the registration forms to print and fill out.
We remind you that the final deadline for the extended abstract submission is the 15th of may 2021.
The registration and fee payment for authors must be completed also before the 15th of may 2021.
For each paper one full registration is required.
More information on SIDISA web site