Participate in the SESN
The INECE Seaport Environmental Security Network is an operational network of professionals involved in the inspection and monitoring of transboundary movements of hazardous waste through seaports.
SESN participants work together to build capacity, raise awareness, and facilitate enforcement collaboration on ways to detect and control illegal and dangerous transboundary shipments of environmentally-regulated goods through seaports, including hazardous materials, electronic waste, and ozone depleting substances.
Participation in the SESN is open to governments, organizations, and individuals with responsibility for controlling shipments of hazardous waste through seaports.
- Contact the INECE SESN by emailing sesn at inece.org or by contacting the INECE Secretariat.
- Join the INECE SESN Mailing List to receive news bulletins and updates on SESN activities.
- SESN Brochure: Download and print the SESN Brochure here.
Seaport Environmental Security Training Resources
INECE is developing a library of capacity building resources related to seaports. Review the current status of the library and submit recommendations to email@example.com. These include:
- Negotiating Customs and Environmental Cooperation: Course Materials and Resources for Designing an Effective National Program
- Negotiating Customs and Environmental Cooperation: The Negotiations Process
Key Activities & Publications
Guidelines for National Waste Management Strategies // Guía para la elaboración de estrategias nacionales de gestión de residuos.
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News & Updates
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