The Honolulu Strategy was developed with the support and assistance of scientists, practitioners, managers, and the private sector from around the world.
The Honolulu Strategy is a framework document. It does not supplant or supersede activities of national authorities, municipalities, industry, international organizations, or other stakeholders; rather, it provides a focal point for improved collaboration and coordination among the multitude of stakeholders across the globe concerned with marine debris. Successful implementation of it will require participation and support on multiple levels—global, regional, national, and local— involving the full spectrum of civil society, government and intergovernmental organizations, and the private sector.
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