Global Beach Clean
GlobalBeachClean From @ SeaLifeBenalmádena and @SeaLifeTrust we want to collaborate with our oceans by eliminating harmful garbage from our beach.Disvover more
Thailand mails tourists' trash into its National Parks!
It is a radical but necessary initiative for this country that has become aware that garbage is also a pandemic.
16 products made from recycled plastic from the oceans!
Around 13 million tonnes of plastic # waste end up in the planet's oceans each year.
Contribute your grain of sand!
Give back to the beach everything it gives you and helps raise awareness among those around you, especially among the little ones.
They create the first biodegradable masks made from a banana species
They create the first biodegradable masks made from abaca, a banana-like species used in the Philippines, usually in banknotes and tea bags, it is as durable as polyester.
Create a clothing brand 100% with ocean plastic
We love the initiative that they collaborate to clean our oceans of plastics. A project to manufacture clothing 100% from certified ocean plastic.
Technology to the rescue of the oceans
They successfully test a machine capable of cleaning 28,000 tons of floating plastic.
The Ocean CleanUp wants to eliminate 90% of floating plastic by 2040.
A study on the effects of invasive algae on the Mediterranean coastline is promoted.
The objective "is to see how it affects the conservation of the flora and fauna of the affected areas, how its manipulation can affect humans, and the most sustainable possible uses".
A study on the effects of invasive algae on the Mediterranean coastline is being promoted
Sea Life Benalmádena has taken part in a study on the effects of invasive algae in the Mediterranean Sea, and more specifically on the coast of Malaga. The aim "is to check how it affects the conservation of the flora and fauna of the affected areas, how its manipulation can affect humans, and the possible uses that can be given to it with a view to a more sustainable activity".
The study, they have detailed, tries to find areas colonised by the algae and see its progression after a year, identifying marine areas on the coast of Malaga that have been invaded by this algae and the reaction of the native species.
In this aspect of the more local flora and fauna it is too early to draw precise conclusions, but everything points to the fact that this invasive algae alters the support and habitat of the native communities.
World Oceans Day
World Oceans Day # 24HourGlobalBeachClean From @ SeaLifeBenalmádena and @SeaLifeTrust
we want to collaborate with our oceans by eliminating harmful garbage from our beach.