Mon, 15 November 2021
OceanEye, a non-profit organization dedicated to collecting plastic pollution in the Mediterranean Sea to understand the level of pollution, has contributed data and results to international bodies such as the IUCN and UN for their reports. The reports address the plastic pollution problem in the sea that is bordered by 22 countries.
Each country has its own policies to dispose of its trash; however, some of its waste management systems are not up to par to prevent the trash from entering the Meditteranean Sea.
Now that there is more data available, governing bodies and non-profit organizations can work with countries to help assess their plastic pollution problem.
Direct download: SUFB_S1235_TheMediterraneanIsFullOfPlasticPollutionDespiteInternationalPoliciesToReduceIt.mp3
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