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    Marine waste and plastic pollution: the chance to make the change

    We would lose a great opportunity if we do not value the importance of aquaculture both in the origin and in the solution of this phenomenon.

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    The 2nd of March of 2022 marks a before and after in the fight against marine waste and plastic pollution which is what is ravaging the seas and oceans of our planet. Heads of State, Ministers of environment, and other representatives from the UN Member States signed a historic agreement at the resumed the fifth session of the United Nations Environment Assembly to end this ballast and forge an international legally binding agreement by 2024.

    We would lose a great opportunity if we did not value the importance of aquaculture both in the origin and in the solution of this phenomenon.

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    WeAreAquaculture has contacted some of the most relevant agents in the industry to know their impressions and hopes. Above all to find out firsthand what the companies, where they collaborate and work, are doing to help and make this great change possible.

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