Chemical pollution in Europe’s Seas

Posted In News, Pollution
Mar
22

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Le Mont Saint-Michel, Normandy, France. The Mont-Saint-Michel, a rocky tidal island, and its bay, are part of the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites. In prehistoric times the bay was land. As sea levels rose, erosion shaped the coastal landscape over millions of years. Captions: Wikipedia. Photo source: ©© Midlander1231

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According to a recent poll of more than 10,000 citizens from ten European countries, pollution is the primary concern of the public at large among all issues that threaten the marine environment.

A new position paper of the Marine Board-ESF shows that such public concern is not misplaced and is supported by scientific evidence…

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