Your browser does not support this video. Permalink: https://media.greenpeace.org/archive/Rainbow-Warrior-in-Greece-Wrap-up-Video--Greek-Text--27MZIFJXV6DKF.htmlConceptually similarRainbow Warrior in Greece Wrap up Video (English Text)GP0STQYW1Completed★★★★Rainbow Warrior in Greece Wrap up Video (Clean Version)GP0STQYW3Completed★★★★Rainbow Warrior in Zakynthos - Wrap Up Web Video (CLEAN)GP0STQYDUCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior in Zakynthos - Wrap Up Web Video (ENG)GP0STQYDVCompleted★★★★Rainbow Warrior in Zakynthos - ClipreelGP0STQYEBCompleted★★★★Plastic Pollution & Brand Audit Event in Greece - Web Video (Clean)GP0STSK3KCompleted★★★★Plastic Pollution & Brand Audit Event in Greece - Web Video (ENG)GP0STSK4JCompleted★★★★Manta Net Microplastics Sampling in Greece - Teaser (ENG)GP0STQYDSCompleted★★★★Manta Net Microplastics Sampling in Greece - Teaser (CLEAN)GP0STQYDTCompleted★★★★View AllGP0STQYW2Rainbow Warrior in Greece Wrap up Video (Greek Text)During the expedition of the Rainbow Warrior at the Greek islands, in collaboration with the HCMR, research was done on plastic pollution in our seas. Plastics were found everywhere: on beaches, on the surface and at the bottom of the sea. Even where people cannot reach, their plastic waste can.Locations:Europe-GreeceCredit:© GreenpeaceDuration:2m2sAudio format:Final MixProduction Type :WEB VIDEOKeywords:Beaches-Cleaning-Greenpeace crew-KWCI (GPI)-Marine pollution-MY Rainbow Warrior III-Oceans (campaign title)-Plastics-Research-Scientists-Seas-Tools-Underwater shotsShoot:"Less Plastic More Mediterranean" Rainbow Warrior Tour (Greece) - VideosThe 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.