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High Tide Program

High Tide Program The High-Water Program, co-financed by the European Maritime and Fisheries Fund, aims to reinforce the sustainability of fishing and aquatic activities in Spain. For this, it has 6 AXES, within which different groups and organizations linked to the fishing sector, can start up innovative projects aimed at reducing by-catches, support the reduction and use of fishing discards, …

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Elimination of single-use plastic in the Instituto Tecnolagico de Costa Rica

Elimination of single-use plastic in the Instituto Tecnolagico de Costa Rica   I work in the “Environmental Management Unit of the Technological Institute of Costa Rica” and we promote the project to eliminate the single-use plastic in the university. All the cafe shops, books stores, and all king of shops can not use any of these plastics things. Also, in …

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Yo Sin Plásticos

Yo Sin Plásticos Local campaign of Greenpeace volunteers in Mexico calling for small businesses to commit to reducing or eliminating single-use plastics that affect marine biodiversity.

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Surveys of Derelict Crab Pots on Diamondback Terrapin Populations in North Carolina Waters – 2008

Survey the distribution of derelict crab pots along the North Carolina coastline using side scan sonar, aerial surveys, and global positioning systems. Project Abstract Researchers at the NOAA Southeast Fisheries Science Center planned to locate, retrieve, inventory, and dispose of 100 traps at multiple sites along the North Carolina coast: Currituck, Croatan, Pamlico, lower Albemarle, Core, Bogue, Topsail, and Masonboro Sounds. …

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Take Action on Marine Debris in Hawaii – 2006

Educational exhibit at the Mokcupapapa Discovery Center in Hawaii focusing on the impact of marine debris to the fragile ecosystem of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Project Abstract Mokupapapa: Discovery Center for Hawaii’s Remote Coral Reefs is an educational center that interprets the natural and cultural history of the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands (NWHI) and their coral reef ecosystems.  The project combined …