Leverage points for addressing marine and coastal pollution: A review

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Leverage points for addressing marine and coastal pollution : A review. / Riechers, Maraja; Brunner, Benedikt P.; Dajka, Jan Claas et al.

in: Marine Pollution Bulletin, Jahrgang 167, 112263, 01.06.2021.

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Riechers M, Brunner BP, Dajka JC, Dușe IA, Lübker HM, Manlosa AO et al. Leverage points for addressing marine and coastal pollution: A review. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 2021 Jun 1;167:112263. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2021.112263

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title = "Leverage points for addressing marine and coastal pollution: A review",
abstract = "Despite an increasing understanding of the issue of marine pollution, humanity continues on a largely unsustainable trajectory. This study aimed to identify and classify the range of scientific studies and interventions to address coastal and marine pollution. We reviewed 2417 scientific papers published between 2000 and 2018, 741 of which we analysed in depth. To classify pollution interventions, we applied the systems-oriented concept of leverage points, which focuses on places to intervene in complex systems to bring about systemic change. We found that pollution is largely studied as a technical problem and fewer studies engage with pollution as a systemic social-ecological issue. While recognising the importance of technical solutions, we highlight the need to focus on under-researched areas pertaining to the deeper drivers of pollution (e.g. institutions, values) which are needed to fundamentally alter system trajectories.",
keywords = "Environmental planning, Marine debris, Marine litter, Oil spills, Plastics, Social-ecological systems, Sustainability transformations, Environmental Monitoring, Ecosystem, Environmental Pollution, Waste Products/analysis",
author = "Maraja Riechers and Brunner, {Benedikt P.} and Dajka, {Jan Claas} and Dușe, {Ioana A.} and L{\"u}bker, {Hannah M.} and Manlosa, {Aisa O.} and Sala, {Juan Emilio} and Tamara Schaal and Sabine Weidlich",
note = "Copyright {\textcopyright} 2021 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.. All rights reserved.",
year = "2021",
month = jun,
day = "1",
doi = "10.1016/j.marpolbul.2021.112263",
language = "English",
volume = "167",
journal = "Marine Pollution Bulletin",
issn = "0025-326X",
publisher = "Elsevier Inc.",

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T2 - A review

AU - Riechers, Maraja

AU - Brunner, Benedikt P.

AU - Dajka, Jan Claas

AU - Dușe, Ioana A.

AU - Lübker, Hannah M.

AU - Manlosa, Aisa O.

AU - Sala, Juan Emilio

AU - Schaal, Tamara

AU - Weidlich, Sabine

N1 - Copyright © 2021 The Authors. Published by Elsevier Ltd.. All rights reserved.

PY - 2021/6/1

Y1 - 2021/6/1

N2 - Despite an increasing understanding of the issue of marine pollution, humanity continues on a largely unsustainable trajectory. This study aimed to identify and classify the range of scientific studies and interventions to address coastal and marine pollution. We reviewed 2417 scientific papers published between 2000 and 2018, 741 of which we analysed in depth. To classify pollution interventions, we applied the systems-oriented concept of leverage points, which focuses on places to intervene in complex systems to bring about systemic change. We found that pollution is largely studied as a technical problem and fewer studies engage with pollution as a systemic social-ecological issue. While recognising the importance of technical solutions, we highlight the need to focus on under-researched areas pertaining to the deeper drivers of pollution (e.g. institutions, values) which are needed to fundamentally alter system trajectories.

AB - Despite an increasing understanding of the issue of marine pollution, humanity continues on a largely unsustainable trajectory. This study aimed to identify and classify the range of scientific studies and interventions to address coastal and marine pollution. We reviewed 2417 scientific papers published between 2000 and 2018, 741 of which we analysed in depth. To classify pollution interventions, we applied the systems-oriented concept of leverage points, which focuses on places to intervene in complex systems to bring about systemic change. We found that pollution is largely studied as a technical problem and fewer studies engage with pollution as a systemic social-ecological issue. While recognising the importance of technical solutions, we highlight the need to focus on under-researched areas pertaining to the deeper drivers of pollution (e.g. institutions, values) which are needed to fundamentally alter system trajectories.

KW - Environmental planning

KW - Marine debris

KW - Marine litter

KW - Oil spills

KW - Plastics

KW - Social-ecological systems

KW - Sustainability transformations

KW - Environmental Monitoring

KW - Ecosystem

KW - Environmental Pollution

KW - Waste Products/analysis

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DO - 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2021.112263

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JO - Marine Pollution Bulletin

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