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Latest wooden boats discovered

Life LEMA ensures a wide range of activities to collect substantial data for the project. One of them is the wooden boats that are launched into the sea from the project’s vessels  during campaigns, with the aim of learning more on the dynamics and currents on the coast of the


We are honored to publish the 4th Newsletter on marine litters’ monitoring tool.  We are updating our readers with information on our various monitoring tools on the rivers. The paper also addresses the necessity of a cross-boundary strategy when it comes to microplastics with the exclusive

LifeLEMA Closing event

On June 27th, LifeLEMA partners gathered at the Kursaal Center for a very important event.  Indeed,  it was time to share the final outcomes of their project with politicians, scientists, stakeholders and the public. It resulted in a great day for everybody as we could meet

EASME Monitoring Visit

On June 19th, Life LEMA partners had the monitoring visit of EASME (Executive Agency for Small and Medium-sized Enterprises for the EU) representatives whose goals were to assess the technical advancement of the project. This event was an opportunity to give a preview of LifeLEMA

LifeLEMA Closing event

REGISTRATIONS ARE OPEN! We are honored to announce that our closing event will take place on June 27th in the Kursaal Congress Center San Sébastian. This event is free and open to the public. It is a great pleasure to invite everyone of you to

EU Open Day and Life LEMA

On May 4th, LifeLEMA Project along with LifeEuroTurtles were invited to be part of the EUOpenDays in Brussels in the Berlaymont building of the European Commission. We are very grateful for this invitation. It was an opportunity to share our work with a large diversity

LifeLEMA at MARLICE forum

At the beginning of April, LifeLEMA project took part in the MARLICE forum, the 1st International forum on Marine Litter and Circular Economy. We went to Seville to meet marine litter experts working on the Mediterranean and Atlantic coasts. Our aim was to discover newest

OSPAR Spring Campaigns

Spring is here, so it is time for the 2nd OSPAR campaign of 2019! During the month of April, we have been rushing three different beaches to to pursue our monitoring of marine litter cleaning sessions. We have been in Mutriku, Zumaia and San Sebastian

LifeLEMA in the European Geosciences Union (EGU) 2019

The EGU General Assembly is the largest geoscience meeting in Europe with thousands of scientists and many topics discussed such as plastic pollution or natural disasters. The event will take place in the Austria Center Vienna in Vienna, Austria, from the 6th of April and