Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Manta-Net-Microplastics-Sampling-in-Greece-27MZIFJXV3H_N.htmlConceptually similarManta Net Microplastics Sampling in GreeceGP0STQYPKCompleted★★★★Manta Net Microplastics Sampling in GreeceGP0STQYDOCompleted★★★★★★Manta Net Microplastics Sampling in GreeceGP0STQYDQCompleted★★★★MSF and Greenpeace Rescue Refugees in Aegean SeaGP0STPKZSCompleted★★★★MSF and Greenpeace Rescue Refugees in Aegean SeaGP0STPL02Completed★★★★Beach Clean up and Sampling Activity in CreteGP0STQYJDCompleted★★★★MSF and Greenpeace Launch Life Saving Operations in the Aegean SeaGP0STPHTICompleted★★★★Inflatable full with Refugees in Aegean SeaGP0STPKZ3Completed★★★★MSF and Greenpeace Rescue Refugees in Aegean SeaGP0STPKZUCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQYDPManta Net Microplastics Sampling in GreeceMicroplastics sampling carried out from the Rainbow Warrior, close to Antikythera Island, during an expedition in the Aegean Sea to document the impact of plastic plastic pollution on marine life.Locations:Aegean Sea-Europe-GreeceDate:22 Jul, 2017Credit:© Constantinos Stathias / GreenpeaceMaximum size:1000px X 667pxKeywords:Day-KWCI (GPI)-Oceans (campaign title)-Outdoors-Plastics-Research-Sampling (activity)-SeasShoot:"Less Plastic More Mediterranean" Rainbow Warrior Tour (Greece)The Rainbow Warrior starts its Greek leg of the plastic-free Mediterranean tour from the island of the loggerhead sea turtle, Zakynthos. The tour aims to promote solutions to end our single use plastic addiction. Statistics of single use plastics in Greece are heartbreaking. Each year Greeks consume approximately 300 million plastic coffee cups, 4.3 billion plastic bags and 2 billion plastic bottles, which in several cases end up in our beautiful seas and beaches. It's time for less plastic and more Mediterranean.