Environmental action to clean up the coast from the debris will be on Tuesday in Vladivostok as part of the sixth International Environmental Forum "Nature without Borders", told RIA Novosti the Primorsky Territory Administration.
"The action of cleaning the coast — the first event in the Environmental Forum" Nature without borders. "It will take place in the suburbs of Vladivostok in the Russian National Children's Center" Ocean "in the organization of the regional administration, the Sea gosuniversitata name Nevel and focal NOWPAP (Action Plan for the North- Western Pacific), "- said the source.
According to him, such as "marine harvest" in Vladivostok has become traditional. In this case, the action is intended to draw the attention of Russian and world community to the problem of pollution of waters of marine litter. Another of its objectives — the creation of a common information space and organizational solutions for the problem of pollution of marine waters.
"The problem now is one of the leading positions in a number of environmental issues of our time. One of the main objectives of the program to study the degree of contamination of coastal debris" — said the source.
The representative of the regional administration said that among the goals of the action, which will bring together researchers, employees and students — not only the collection of waste, but the study of its composition, and the sources of dynamics. The organizers hope that public awareness will help in solving the problem of marine pollution.
"In the development of this theme in addition to the shares of the sixth International Ecological Forum" Nature without a face "held a scientific workshop," Control and prevention of pollution by garbage sea areas. "It will be further discussion on this issue," — he added.
According to the organizers, in 2012, the forum "Nature without Borders", which will be held from 19 to 20 July, received more than 100 reports, of which the organizers will select 40 for the announcement on the activities of the Forum. All submitted papers will be included in the final compilation.