AQUATIC LITTER

Aquatic Litter is a major cross-border issue with environmental, social, and economic implications. The modern way of life that leads to uncontrolled consumption, as well as the long-term improper management of waste, has made aquatic litter one of the major environmental issues in the world. In order to deal with it, it is imperative to change the mentality and to make and implement correct political decisions immediately. iSea through its projects focuses on the investigation of the composition and distribution of waste along the coasts and seabeds of Greece, but also on interventions for the reduction and proper management of waste. An additional purpose is to inform and raise awareness of target groups for their active involvement in addressing the issue, as well as the adoption of good practices to reduce their waste.

 


ONGOING PROJECTS

Together we clean Thermaikos

iSea in collaboration with Nymfi beer are removing marine litter from Thermaikos gulf.

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Apochi project

iSea in collaboration with efood are implementing the “Apochi” project.

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Prosfero

AB Vasilopoulos and Procter & Gamble support our efforts for a cleaner and healthy sea. In the context of the project ¨Prosfero¨ more than 50 zero-waste beach clean-ups and 20 educational school visits took place.

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#zeroplastic

Awareness Raising Campaign against Plastic Debris and Microplastics in the Greek Seas.

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Fishing For Litter Project

The project by A. C. Laskaridis Foundation aims at the participation of the fishing industry in the reduction of marine litter.

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BioLearn

Eco-Conscious Minds to Stop Pollution in the Valuable Wetlands of Black Sea Basin-BIOLEARN

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PAST PROJECTS

Home sweet… beach, keep it clean!!!

You could easily clean up a beach and collect data about the area. You could find a beach close to you and contact us in order to help you design your cleanup step by step!

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Piloting Marine Litter Prevention and Mitigation Action

Marine litter prevention and mitigation actions by showcasing marine litter measures in 10 Mediterranean MPAs.

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