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Top 5 concrete suggestions for cleaner seas

Comments (4)
  1. Daniel Öster says:

    Shouldn’t one of the best ways to keep the sea and wildlife in good shape be to stop eating the wildlife?

    Old fishing nets make up a large majority of the plastic waste. By not supporting this unsustainable indistry, we can make the biggest impact on sea health. It is also better for your health to stop eating meat 🙂

    Source: https://news.nationalgeographic.com/2018/03/great-pacific-garbage-patch-plastics-environment/

    1. SEA-NN Team says:

      Yes, protecting aquatic wildlife is without a doubt sustainable course of action in the long run. Great insight, thank you! This top list consist of the most liked bubble pledges posted on https://app.viima.com/wartsila/pledge/ during July 2018, so that’s probably why it’s not on this article’s top list 🙂

  2. dyane27391 says:

    Good post however I was wanting to know if you could write a litte more on this topic? I’d be very thankful if you could elaborate a little bit more. Thank you!

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