Container shipping and charity set their combined sights on ‘greener’ seas

November 14, 2018 Alexander Whiteman

Charities and industry have aligned to urge governments to halt the destruction of marine habitats.
A coalition of charities, including ClientEarth, Coalition Clean Baltic, Oceana, Seas at Risk, and the WWF, says “urgent political will” is required to address the harm caused to marine life.
Oceana Europe executive director Lasse Gustavsson said: “We need to move from the virtual world to the real one.
“Theoretically, protected areas do nothing to preserve European seas from ...

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