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ACTION PLANS

Regional action plans are coordinated efforts for partners to strategically address marine debris. Due to the complexity of marine debris issues, there is a role for everyone in the implementation of a plan, including the private citizen who picks up litter from our beaches and watersheds as well as governments, industries, non-governmental organizations, and academic institutions that support a wide range of activities like cleanups, research, education, and outreach. Initial discussions on action plans are in progress throughout the Pacific U.S. Territories.The Hawaii Marine Debris Action Plan documents are available for download below.

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2010 Hawai'i Marine Debris Action Plan
2010 HI-MDAP Cover Page 2010 HI-MDAP
 
2012 Hawai'i Marine Debris Action Plan
2012 HI-MDAP Cover Page 2012 HI-MDAP
 
2014 Hawai'i Marine Debris Action Plan
2014 HI-MDAP Cover Page 2014 HI-MDAP
 
2016 Hawai'i Marine Debris Action Plan
2016 HI-MDAP Cover Page 2016 HI-MDAP
 
2017 Hawai'i Marine Debris Action Plan Research Workshop
2017 HI-MDAP Research Workshop Cover Page 2017 HI-MDAP Research Workshop
 
2018 Hawai'i Marine Debris Action Plan
2018 HI-MDAP
 
2018 Hawai‘I Marine Debris Action Plan
2018 HI-MDAP
 
2019 Hawai'i Marine Debris Action Plan Research Workshop
Cover page of the 2019 Hawai'i Marine Debris Action Plan Research Workshop 2019 HI-MDAP Research Workshop
 
The Honolulu Strategy