The environmental rescue of the seas comes down to a public-private package

The Circular Seas program has brought together 1,260 entities and 34,198 volunteers over five years to collect more than 1,800 tons of waste and open up new ways to manage it.

A bench in the port of Poyo (Pontevedra) made of plastic extracted from the sea floor abc

Laura Montero Carretero

Shopping bags, cans, bottles, candy wrappers, electronic devices… anything that humans use daily as rubbish can end up in the sea, threatening the health of the marine environment and endangering the welfare of species. Elimination of …

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