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Article European citizens to help tackle marine litter
Litter, plastics in particular, is accumulating in our seas and coasts mainly due to current unsustainable consumption and production patterns, poor waste management and the lack of public awareness. Marine litter is an increasing threat to the marine environment, to human health and our well-being. It has cross border impacts on wildlife and habitats. Without tackling marine litter, Europe cannot have healthy seas.
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Infographic How to report marine litter
Steps to follow to report marine litter using the EEA's Marine Litter Watch app for smart phones
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Highlight Let's clean up Europe!
Volunteers across Europe will pick up litter on Saturday 10 May, as part of a coordinated EU Clean Up Day. The event is particularly timely, as there are growing concerns that rubbish polluting Europe's land and sea harms wildlife and may ultimately affect human health.
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Marine LitterWatch aims to connect citizens to their local communities engaged on marine litter activities, or inspire new ones to form. In the table below you can find contact details of the communities that have joined Marine LitterWatch (MLW).
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European Environment Agency (EEA)
Kongens Nytorv 6
1050 Copenhagen K
Denmark
Phone: +45 3336 7100