The MARELITT Baltic project was presented during the seminar “Plastic soup and dead zones: Source prevention for cleaner seas” at the World Water Week in Stockholm on the 27th of august.Read More
For one and a half years, the MARELITT Baltic project has been planning and executing the mapping, dragging and disposal of ghostnets in the Baltic Sea. We are now ready to show the first results.Read More
In the beginning of May the project visited Nova Academy, a high school in Simrishamn that has an EU exchange program and on that day had students from Germany, Greece, Italy and Sweden visiting.
The day started with Camilla Witt from the municipality of Simrishamn giving a presentation on marine debris and ghost nets, DFG (Derelict fishing gear). After that, the MARELITT Baltic project was presented, what it is about and aims to achieve and continued showing the students the film Ghosts in the Baltic Sea from 2012.
Then it was time for workshop/group discussions that lasted 30 minutes and ended with all groups presenting thoughts and findings for a couple of minutes.Read More