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Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond, Day 1

Welcome remarks and introduction of symposium objectives by Dan Larhammar, President of the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Minna Epps, Director at the Global Marine and Polar Program, IUCN and Carl Gustaf Lundin, Principal Scientist at the Global Marine and Polar Program, IUCN. From: Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond. Day 1: Micro-plastic distribution and toxicity, 2019-06-13.

Distribution of micro-plastics in the marine environment

Martin Hassellöv, University of Gothenburg. From: Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond. Day 1: Micro-plastic distribution and toxicity, 2019-06-13.

“Balticus Plasticus”: Micro-plastics in the Baltic: Outcomes of IUCN report on micro-plastic pathways, country footprints and impacts on biodiversity

Joao Sousa, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN). From: Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond. Day 1: Micro-plastic distribution and toxicity, 2019-06-13.

What do we know about the toxicity of micro-plastics in the marine environment?

Bethanie Carney Almroth, University of Gothenburg. From: Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond. Day 1: Micro-plastic distribution and toxicity, 2019-06-13.

Toxicity; human health & ocean plastics

Panel discussion with Bethanie Carney Almroth, University of Gothenburg; Martin Ogonowski, Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences and Stefan Bertilsson, Uppsala University. Moderator: Dan Larhammar, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond. Day 1: Micro-plastic distribution and toxicity, 2019-06-13.

Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond, Day 2

Introduction Day 2 by Martin Jakobsson, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond. Day 2: Exploring solutions and way forward, 2019-06-14.

Formation of micro-plastics by degradation and their fate in the marine environment

Ignacy Jakubowicz, Research Institutes of Sweden (RISE). From: Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond. Day 2: Exploring solutions and way forward, 2019-06-14.

Enzymes and degradation of micro-plastics

Verena Reiser, Novozymes A/S. From: Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond. Day 2: Exploring solutions and way forward, 2019-06-14.

Risk assessment and regulation of micro-plastics

Kristian Syberg, Roskilde University. From: Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond. Day 2: Exploring solutions and way forward, 2019-06-14.

Bioengineered solutions; microbial and fungal enzymatic degradation

Panel discussion with moderator Carl Gustaf Lundin, the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN); Kari Koivuranta, VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland and Stephanie Wright, Kings College, London. Concluding remarks by Leif Anderson and Dan Larhammar, the Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences. From: Solutions to Plastics in the Ocean – the Baltic and Beyond. Day 2: Exploring solutions and way forward, 2019-06-14.

The Ocean is losing its breath - an overview of the problem, its effects, and solutions

Denise Breitburg, Smithsonian Environmental Research Center, USA. Introduction by Martin Jakobsson, Environmental Committee, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Daniel J. Conley, Environmental Committee, Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences; Robert Almstrand, The Swedish Agency for Marine and Water Management. From: The Expansion of Low Oxygen Zones in the Global Ocean and Coastal Waters (symposium), 2019-02-21.

Patterns of deoxygenation in the global oceans

Andreas Oschlies, GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel, Germany. From: The Expansion of Low Oxygen Zones in the Global Ocean and Coastal Waters (symposium), 2019-02-21.

Microbial communities and biogeochemical cycles in oxygen minimum zones

Bess B. Ward, Princeton University, USA. From: The Expansion of Low Oxygen Zones in the Global Ocean and Coastal Waters (symposium), 2019-02-21.

Warming and nutrients as drivers of hypoxia in the Baltic Sea

Jacob Carstensen, Aarhus University, Denmark. From: The Expansion of Low Oxygen Zones in the Global Ocean and Coastal Waters (symposium), 2019-02-21.

Ecosystem impacts of hypoxia in coastal waters

Alf Norkko, University of Helsinki, Finland and Baltic Sea Centre, Stockholm University, Sweden. From: The Expansion of Low Oxygen Zones in the Global Ocean and Coastal Waters (symposium), 2019-02-21.

Managing the Baltic Sea

Christoph Humborg, Stockholm University, Sweden. From: The Expansion of Low Oxygen Zones in the Global Ocean and Coastal Waters (symposium), 2019-02-21.

Cities – the frontlines for global sustainability, part 1

Xuemei Bai, Australian National University and Will Steffen, Australian National University. Introduction by Agneta Sundin, the Beijer Institute of Ecological Economics and Wendy Broadgate, Future Earth. Dance performance by Mario Perez Amigo. From: Cities – the frontlines for global sustainability, 2018-11-27.

Cities – the frontlines for global sustainability, part 2

Kazuhiko Takeuchi, Tokyo University and United Nations University; Åsa Gren, the Beijer Institute; Thomas Elmqvist, Stockholm Resilience Centre, Stockholm University and panel discussion. Dance performance by Mario Perez Amigo. From: Cities – the frontlines for global sustainability, 2018-11-27.
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