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The fifth edition of the Zero Plastic News bulletin offers updates on efforts underway in Lanzarote, Mariñas Coruñesas, Isle of Man, Karst and Reka River Basin, Iroise Islands, Menorca, and Jeju Island; all Biosphere Reserves working for a world without plastic pollution.

Zero Plastic News bulletin #5 issued

ImatgeThe fifth edition of the Zero Plastic News bulletin offers updates on efforts underway in Lanzarote, Mariñas Coruñesas, Isle of Man, Karst and Reka River Basin, Iroise Islands, Menorca, and Jeju Island; all Biosphere Reserves working for a world without plastic pollution.

In the interview section, we present the perspectives of two researchers from France -Thierry Huck and Christophe Maes- conducting oceanographic modeling at a national and global scale, involved with Marine Sciences For Society in the study of plastic pollution. They also share recommended literature for diving deeper into the topics of their research.

We close this by edition mapping out next steps for the Zero Plastic initiative......And we warmly welcome all Biosphere Reserves to participate actively in this process.

 
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