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In 2011, German NABU (Nature and Biodiversity Conservation Union) joined the transnational initiative 'Fishing for Litter' which had been launched by Local Authorities International Environmental Organisation KIMO a few years earlier.

Organisation KIMO a few years earlier. The initiative supports fishing ports in setting up efficient waste management. Fishermen are provided with free big bags to collect and bring ashore litter tangled up in their nets. Waste, which otherwise would end up back in the sea, is now easily disposable for free.

Find more information on nabu.de.

  • How do we support the project? How can you join in? here.