Here is the video of the Multi-Dimensional Cleanup of the Mediterranean from last Saturday. We hope you enjoy reliving the magical energy from the event. We ask that you help us in sharing this video with as many people as possible to continue to help in raising AWARENESS.
We worked hard to organize the event and continued intensively over the past few days to be able to send you the video that powerfully sums up the unforgettable actions of the 200 people involved among volunteers and staff. We would like to thank Ferran Tudela, our videographer, who worked around the clock to prepare the video.
We cleaned up more than 220 lbs. (100 kgs) of garbage from our beloved Mediterranean.
We were thrilled to see so many children and young people involved in the cleanup, they are our and their future, and to raise awareness with them is an absolute necessity.
COVID_19 couldn’t stop us and once again we were able to come together to create the unforgettable scene: the huge tarp filled with garbage. It’s an image that is hard to forget. In 2019 we picked up over 80 lbs. and this year over 220 lbs. I’m not sure we should be happy with so much trash.
We all must make an effort to change our daily habits if we want this number to go down…
Multi-Dimensional Cleanup of the Mediterranean – Port Pelegri Beach – Calella de Palafrugell – Costa Brava – Spain
- 220 lbs. of garbage and microplastics in 1 hour
- 120 volunteers
- 12 youths cleaning microplastics from the sea with “Jelly Cleaners” made by the young activist, Olivia Mandle
- 24 scuba divers
- 1 free diver
In collaboration with:
Thank you to:
- Video & Photos: Ferran Tudela & Laura Barris
- Olivia Mandle – Activist – www.oliviamandle.com
- Local Police and Palafrugell Municipal Services
- Agua Sant Aniol
- Miel Alemany
- Los Superpoderes del Arte
- Custom Sailing Costa Brava
- Ocean Cats