30 March 2017

Jakarta, Indonesia, 1-3 February 2017.

The Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the GGGI, including participants - CSIRO, Natural Resource Consultants and Ghost Nets Australia  and World Animal Protection took part in a workshop in Jakarta, along with the FAO and Indonesian partners, to develop a solution project in Indonesia.

28 March 2017

GGGI Participants KIMO, World Animal Protection and recyclers have worked collaboratively together with ports and fishers to collect more than 50 tonnes of fishing nets.

A Pilot project funded by a grant from GGGI participant, World Animal Protection, has been under way since last summer and has collected more than 50 tonnes of nets from Peterhead, Ullapool, Scrabster and Macduff harbours, most of which have already been recycled in Denmark.

Christina Dixon, Campaigns Manager at World Animal Protection,

26 April 2017

The GGGI is joining Circular Ocean in Reykjavik this July for their “Innovation Conference” which will gather Circular Ocean partners with members of the academic, creative and business communities to explore the opportunities around re-purposing waste Fishing Nets & Rope (FNR’s) in the Northern Periphery & Arctic Region.

25 April 2017

The GGGI is proud to report on our latest project led by World Animal Protection, aiming to collaborate with other GGGI participants including Plastix, NOAA, and Trident Seafood.

25 April 2017

Announcing one of the latest GGGI projects led by World Animal Protection in collaboration with GGGI members Gulf of Maine Lobstermen Foundation and NOAA.

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