Brussels, November 21st, 2014, As confirmed today by the Council of Ministers, the European Parliament, the European Commission and the Council have reached an agreement on the proposal to reduce […]
Following on from our bathing water quality monitoring programmes in the Mediterranean Sea, the Aquitaine Region, and Brittany, Surfrider Foundation Europe has decided to open a new laboratory in Reunion […]
This month, Damien explains us the impact of plastic bags pollution on the oceans and how to stop the invasion!
As every year, Surfrider Foundation Europe welcomed the volunteers from its 36 chapters which today proudly represent the NGO throughout the world over a weekend. The chapters promote the association’s […]
What do seabed look like? A team of European researchers has found evidence of waste in the seafloor, thousands of meters below the ocean surface. The study, conducted by the University of the Azores, gathered 23 researchers from 16 European research institutions, and analyzed nearly 600 samples from the ocean floor, ranging from 35 to 4500 meters in the Atlantic, Arctic, and Mediterranean. Francois Galgani, a researcher at Ifremer and co-author of this study, kindly agreed to respond to our questions.