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The state of the Baltic Sea according to professors-ecologists

In recent weeks, we have celebrated several worlds related to the water part of our planet: Earth Day, Water Day, River Day and the Ocean Decade. A lot of information on these topics was available in media, especially about the threats to the ocean and the Baltic Sea. Public interest in environmental protection is extremely important and necessary to improve the condition of our planet, the question is, are we doing it the right way?

 

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Prof. Jan Marcin Węsławski, a marine ecologist with 40 years of experience, director of the Institute of Oceanology of the Polish Academy of Sciences
Prof. Tomasz Linkowski, ichthyologist, retired director (2000-15) of the National Marine Fisheries Research Institute
Prof. Lech Stempniewicz, ecologist, retired head of the Department of Vertebrate Ecology at the Faculty of Biology of the University of Gdańsk

 

Full article on the wyborcza.pl: https://wyborcza.pl/7,75400,26950276,ekolodzy-chca-ratowac-baltyk-niestety-szczekaja-pod-niewlastywym.html?fbclid=IwAR3Mg3ExeAoYCpKIc46_cTkaysVvbdnMEATm6Mo4WgaB6Mo4WgaB6Mo6S14

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