Removal of derelict fishing gears in protected areas
In the CleanAtlantic Project different pilot actions are being carried out focused on the retrieval of marine litter. This video addresses the problem of the abandoned, lost or otherwise discarded fishing gear (ALDFG) and shows the retrieval operation of a “ghost net” in the waters of the Cies Islands archipelago, which are part of the Atlantic Islands National Park.
CleanAtlantic: Tackling Marine Litter in the Atlantic Area (subtitles in French and Portuguese)
This 6-minute video uses animation to present the marine litter issue and real images to explain how in CleanAtlantic we are working to address this. In this project, 19 organisations from 5 European countries are working to improve our capabilities in prevention, monitorisation, and reduction of marine litter in the Atlantic area, as well as to raise awareness on the magnitude of this environmental hurdle.
Improving monitoring tools and marine litter detection
Video presenting the activities carried out by ARDITI regarding the monitoring and detection of litter in the marine environment. Click on "View more" to play the video.
3rd CleanAtlantic coordination meeting in Brest
The CleanAtlantic consortium met in Brest on the 3-4 December 2018 to review the progress on project tasks and activities. During the meeting, partners presented their results achieved during the last 6-month period and proposed next steps to meet project objectives. This video was recorded during the meeting. Patricia Pérez, technical coordinator of the project, explains the project objectives and activities (only available in Portuguese and Spanish). Click on "View more" to play the video.
CleanAtlantic na 4ª Palestra - CCOCEANOS 25 Julho 2018
A 4ª palestra CCOceanos. Foi no passado dia 25 de julho, com transmissão lifestream, na Academia das Ciências de Lisboa. João Canning-Clode e João Monteiro falaram sobre o projecto CleanAtlantic e das pragas e lixo marinho em sistemas insulares .
CleanAtlantic en "Bastidores da Ciência"
A rubrica "Bastidores da Ciência" está de volta esta semana e o investigador convidado é Cláudio Cardoso, membro do Observatório Oceânico da Madeira, onde desenvolve o seu estudo sobre o "lixo marinho", inserido no CleanAtlantic Project.