International Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas Center (EMECS)

The International Environmental Management of Enclosed Coastal Seas Center (EMECS) is a non-government organization whose mission is to establish an organized network linking governments, researchers, companies, private citizens and other entities to promote academic exchanges on an international level and conduct research, training and support activities, in order to preserve existing enclosed coastal sea environments and create new ones and help create a society capable of sustainable development in which human beings can coexist with the tremendous diversity of nature.

EMECS promotes international exchanges on not only coastal but also catchment areas of the enclosed coastal seas in a wide range of fields such as research, policy, civic action, education and industrial activities and so forth to solve the problem on the environmental conservation of enclosed coastal seas in the world such as the Seto Inland Sea, the Chesapeake Bay (USA), the Baltic Sea (Northern Europe), and the Mediterranean Sea (Southern Europe).

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