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2 days ago

Sana Mare

Another successful Sana Mare clean-up conducted by our clean-up team in Tanzania took place on the past weekend. In collaboration with a local children's home at Mjimwema Beach in Dar Es Salaam. The clean-up activity was accompanied accompanied by an educational lesson about solid waste management given by our clean-up coordinator Olarip Tomito and concluded by a band audit. For more information about our association, please visit www.sana-mare.org ... WeiterlesenSee Less

Another successful Sana Mare clean-up conducted by our clean-up team in Tanzania took place on the past weekend. In collaboration with a local childrens home at Mjimwema Beach in Dar Es Salaam. The clean-up activity was accompanied  accompanied by an educational lesson about solid waste management given by our clean-up coordinator Olarip Tomito and concluded by a band audit. For more information about our association, please visit www.sana-mare.org

7 days ago

Sana Mare

There are about 500 #deadzones in the ocean that have been created by pollution. The zones are making it impossible for any marine or plant life to survive. Did you know they already cover a similar size to the United Kingdom?

Please support our mission at Sana Mare to clean the ocean 🌊
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There are about 500 #deadzones in the ocean that have been created by pollution. The zones are making it impossible for any marine or plant life to survive. Did you know they already cover a similar size to the United Kingdom?

Please support our mission at Sana Mare to clean the ocean 🌊

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That trash bag is misleading. Dead zones are primarily caused by man-made chemicals and toxins being washed off the landscape and into waterways, to ultimately end up flowing into the oceans. Agriculture is the biggest culprit. The nitrogen agri-fertilizers fuel algae growth in the oceans, and when the algae dies, it decomposes, robbing the water of oxygen to create a situation of hypoxia, where no marine life can live. Agriculture is steadily expanding to feed the human masses, so not much can be done about it, since nobody wants to discuss human population control.

1 week ago

Sana Mare

Our first Sana Mare clean-up lies back 2 years today. on 26th of July 2019 we were a group of dedicated volunteers cleaning the coast of Portugal. Since than we have developed to an international marine conservation organisation. We have carried out 95 clean-ups in 9 countries so far. We aim for 100 clean-ups in 2021 and 200 clean-ups in 2022. Please support our social clean-up project with a donation. sana-mare.org/aktivitaeten/social-cleanups/ ... WeiterlesenSee Less

Our first Sana Mare clean-up lies back 2 years today. on 26th of July 2019 we were a group of dedicated volunteers cleaning the coast of Portugal. Since than we have developed to an international marine conservation organisation. We have carried out 95 clean-ups in 9 countries so far. We aim for 100 clean-ups in 2021 and 200 clean-ups in 2022. Please support our social clean-up project with a donation. https://sana-mare.org/aktivitaeten/social-cleanups/

2 weeks ago

Sana Mare

We are on a mission to clean beaches and rivers from civilisation waste while reducing poverty at the same time. With our social clean-up project we offer job opportunities for people living in poverty in Africa and Asia. Here our team from Limuru Kenya is cleaning a part of the Kiambu river. The team would like to do many more clean-ups. We rely on donations to continue the project. Please support us with a small donation. sana-mare.org/aktivitaeten/social-cleanups/ ... WeiterlesenSee Less

3 weeks ago

Sana Mare

There are five #garbagepatches around the world. The largest one, also known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch covers more than 1.6 million square kilometers.

But did you also know that most ocean trash actually sits on the bottom?


„As unsightly as #oceanpollution is, what we can’t see may be worse: 70 percent of ocean garbage actually sinks to the #seafloor, meaning we’re unlikely to ever be able to clean it up“.

Source: conservation.org
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There are five #garbagepatches around the world. The largest one, also known as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch covers more than 1.6 million square kilometers. 

But did you also know that most ocean trash actually sits on the bottom? 


„As unsightly as #oceanpollution is, what we can’t see may be worse: 70 percent of ocean garbage actually sinks to the #seafloor, meaning we’re unlikely to ever be able to clean it up“. 

Source: conservation.org

3 weeks ago

Sana Mare

Some of the bottles that were collected in our clean-ups in Kenya are now used for agricultural purposes. Please support our clean-up team in Limuru sana-mare.org/aktivitaeten/team-limuru/ ... WeiterlesenSee Less

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