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The African Marine Litter Outlook

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By: Thomas Maes(Editor), Fiona Preston-Whyte(Editor)
224 pages, 29 colour & 4 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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This book provides a cross-sectoral, multi-scale assessment of marine litter in Africa with a focus on plastics. From distribution to impacts on environmental and human health, this book looks at what is known scientifically. It includes a policy analysis of the instruments that currently exist, and what is needed to help Africa tackle marine litter – including local and transboundary sources. Across 5 chapters, experts from Africa and beyond have put together a summary of the current scientific knowledge about marine litter in Africa.

The context of the African continent and future projections form a backdrop on which scientific knowledge is built. This scientific knowledge incorporates quantities, distributions, and pathways of litter into the marine environment, highlighting where the impacts of marine litter are most felt in Africa. These impacts have widespread ecological, social, economic, and human health repercussions. While containing detailed scientific information, this book provides a sound knowledge base for policymakers, NGOs and the broader public.

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By: Thomas Maes(Editor), Fiona Preston-Whyte(Editor)
224 pages, 29 colour & 4 b/w illustrations
Publisher: Springer Nature
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