Friday, 31 January 2014

Recycling abandoned fishing nets

It is estimated that approx 50% of the world's remaining coral reefs either is dead, dying or at the very least damaged. Some estimates go as high as 70%.

There are many causes, sadly most of which have a common denominator - man. One of the major problems - abandoned nets. These throw away nets are not only a risk to coral, but to all wild sea life.

One company is making an effort to stem the tide - See the video below for corporate social responsibility in action

Now to figure out a way to get rid of all the other rubbish, oil and garbage