Event: The Great Nurdle Hunt – 10 Feb 2019

Miles de toneladas de microplástico se pierden en los mares cada año, debido a derrames accidentales que no se limpian adecuadamente. Eso equivale a miles de millones de microplásticos al año.
El problema permanece bajo el radar de muchos responsables en la toma de decisiones y gente del público en general.

Ahora necesitamos TÚ ayuda con PRUEBAS que demuestren que existe este factor de contaminación no regulado. ¡Ayúdanos a ayudar al mar en #Galapagos el Domingo 17 de Febrero 09:30 am en la playa de Tortuga Bay!

Thousands of tons of microplastic are lost to the seas every year, due to accidental spills that are not properly cleaned. That equates to billions of microplastics a year.
The problem remains under the radar of many decision makers and people in the general public.

Now we need YOUR help with TESTING that proves this unregulated pollution factor exists. Help us help the sea in #Galapagos on Sunday February 17 at 09:30 am on the beach of Tortuga Bay!

Check out our interactive timeline and review new updates, videos, research findings and updates from the Galapagos Islands in 2020

Want to learn more about the foreign distant-water fishing fleet near the outskirts of Ecuador’s Insular EEZ, which surround the Galápagos Marine Reserve?

Informing and sharing news on marine life, flora, fauna and conservation in the Galápagos Islands since 2017
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