Predsjednica Grabar-Kitarović u UN-u


Predsjednica Grabar-Kitarović u UN-u 

Yesterday, Croatian President Kolinda Grabar-Kitarovic gave a speech at
the UN General Assembly warning about pollution of the world's oceans and
seas, including the Adriatic Sea. She mentioned two successful examples
from Croatia - the project of the Institute of Oceanography and Fisheries in Split (ML-REPAIR and Fishin for litter activity), which in cooperation with local fishermen collected 50 tons of litter and the action of green activists from the island of Zlarin.

REducing and Preventing, an integrated Approach to Marine Litter Management in the Adriatic Sea

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