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Activists Create a Red Distress Signal in the North Sea (Photos & Videos) 

Activists Create a Red Distress Signal in the North Sea (Photos & Videos) 

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06/14/2016 
The surf at Zandvoort beach in Netherlands turns red, a distress signal from the sea. Vulnerable nature areas in the North Sea receive too little protection from the government.
To shed some light on this issue and to pressure the Dutch government for substantially better protection plans, Greenpeace turns the breaking waves of the North Sea red.
Based on the phenomenon of Sea sparkle (Noctiluca scintillans) the sea first turned blue over a length of 600 meters using 6 powerful lasers, later turning to bright red as an alarm signal for the failing protection of our sea.
Greenpeace calls for two new sea reserves in the Dutch area of the North Sea, the "Central Oystergrounds" and "Friese Front". 
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