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2 days ago

Sana Mare

You can help us to win up to 2500€ just by voting for our project with one click. See video for information
The link for the voting page is in the linktree in our bio.
Alternatively copy and paste this link: bit.ly/3wtexIt
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Thank you
#cleanup #beachcleanup #canadalife #voting #donation #poverty #povertysolution #fightingpollution #fightingpoverty #sanamare #developingaid #helpforafrica
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5 days ago

Sana Mare

CLICK HERE: bit.ly/3wtexIt
Last year we started our social clean-up project in Kenya. Since than we have collected more than 14.000 kg of waste. Our project got a boost when we had won 1500€ in a voting competition. This year we would like to repeat that success. Help us to win up to 2500€ for our social clean-up project. All you need to do is to vote for our project once per day with a simple click. If we receive the most votes from all 63 projects we win the money. Please follow this link, enter your email-address and click on the button "Abstimmen" bit.ly/3wtexIt
You will receive an email with a link to confirm your vote. That's all you need to do. You can vote once per day until June 24th.
Thank you so much!
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CLICK HERE: https://bit.ly/3wtexIt
Last year we started our social clean-up project in Kenya. Since than we have collected more than 14.000 kg of waste. Our project got a boost when we had won 1500€ in a voting competition. This year we would like to repeat that success. Help us to win up to 2500€ for our social clean-up project. All you need to do is to vote for our project once per day with a simple click. If we receive the most votes from all 63 projects we win the money. Please follow this link, enter your email-address and click on the button Abstimmen https://bit.ly/3wtexIt
You will receive an email with a link to confirm your vote. Thats all you need to do. You can vote once per day until June 24th.
Thank you so much!

6 days ago

Sana Mare

Only a minor share of the global plastic waste is produced in developing countries. Yet the input of plastic waste into the ocean from poor regoins of the earth is similar to the input of plastic waste from rich countries. Why is that? A clean environment is a luxury good that we buy after we have worked out how to feed and clothe ourselves. Poverty causes pollution. Fighting poverty is fighting marine litter. That's why we from Sana Mare run our social clean-up project. Support our clean-up teams in Africa and Asia. sana-mare.org/aktivitaeten/social-cleanups/ ... WeiterlesenSee Less

7 days ago

Sana Mare

Microplastics are known to drastically affect the marine environment. But did you know that only 2% of the total microplastics released into the marine environment come from personal care products? The majority of microplastics in the ocean are unintentionally released microplastics, and come from sources such as tyre dust, synthetic textile fibres, city dust and marine paints Additionally, of all plastic that enters the ocean, 94% ends up on the seabed, where it will take centuries to degrade, releasing chemicals, microplastics and nanoplastics in the process. The most concerning environmental impacts of microplastics contribute to the loss of biodiversity, have implications on the marine food webs, and threaten ecosystem balance. 😢

How do microplastics affect the marine environment? 🐟

1) When microplastics are ingested by fish and other marine organisms, this can cause energy depletion, fertility and behavioural problems, harm, or in extreme cases, death.

2) Dangerous substances that are present in, or absorbed by microplastics can have serious consequences for marine flora and fauna.

3) Microplastics can act as a vector for invasive species, bacteria and viruses, allowing them to be transported across long distances.
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Microplastics are known to drastically affect the marine environment. But did you know that only 2% of the total microplastics released into the marine environment come from personal care products? The majority of microplastics in the ocean are unintentionally released microplastics, and come from sources such as tyre dust, synthetic textile fibres, city dust and marine paints Additionally, of all plastic that enters the ocean, 94% ends up on the seabed, where it will take centuries to degrade, releasing chemicals, microplastics and nanoplastics in the process. The most concerning environmental impacts of microplastics contribute to the loss of biodiversity, have implications on the marine food webs, and threaten ecosystem balance. 😢

How do microplastics affect the marine environment? 🐟

1)  When microplastics are ingested by fish and other marine organisms, this can cause energy depletion, fertility and behavioural problems, harm, or in extreme cases, death.
 
2)  Dangerous substances that are present in, or absorbed by microplastics can have serious consequences for marine flora and fauna. 

3)  Microplastics can act as a vector for invasive species, bacteria and viruses, allowing them to be transported across long distances.
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