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      • MEX06 - 1 X 263: A challenge for 263 coastal municipalities in Mexico

          • According to the Ministry of the Environment and Natural Resources, the definition of a coastal zone comes from the National Environmental Policy for the Sustainable Development of Oceans and Coasts of Mexico and was defined as the geographic space of mutual interaction between the marine environment, the terrestrial and the atmosphere, comprised of a continental portion defined by 263 coastal municipalities, 150 with beach front and 113 interior municipalities adjacent to these with high and medium coastal influence, and an insular portion represented by the national islands.

            UN Environment has identified the Latin American and Caribbean Region as the one with the least amount of information on marine litter.

            The challenge is to design a database that allows systematizing the information of the 263 coastal municipalities to assess the state of the institutional capacity to generate information on marine litter and microplastics that exists in Mexico that later allows the study of waste to know its composition and potential for reincorporation to productive chains in a circularity scheme, including plastics and microplastics, with the work of the population, service providers, industry, as well as the competent municipal, state and federal authorities.

          • What the challenge owner would like to develop over 48h
          • A database architecture.
          • Which skills the challenge owner is looking for
          • Environmental engineering
            Sociology
            Design
            Implementation and evaluation of public policy
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