Today is World #CarFreeDay. Turkey’s #MediterraneanKeepers walked, cycled, took the bus and the metro to cut carbon emissions and join us ⛵ in Kuruçeşme, İstanbul! 
Besides speaking with the crew and our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution, hundreds of people also visited our first "plastic fish market” and @kerimsabuncuoglu’s plastic photo installation inside the boat.

@wwf_turkiye also held a series of #BluePanda activities next to the #BluePanda:
⛵️ yoga by @yogi.can
⛵️ animal flow activity with @erhantugen: an innovative bodyweight movement to experience nature by doing animal figures
⛵️ a talk about plastic pollution in the Mediterranean with @sifircopplatformu
⛵️ zumba with @infinitezumba
⛵️ stretching with @ebrukaradumanofficial
⛵️ a live solo performance by @nilgunyavasoglu
Today is World #CarFreeDay. Turkey’s #MediterraneanKeepers walked, cycled, took the bus and the metro to cut carbon emissions and join us ⛵ in Kuruçeşme, İstanbul! 
Besides speaking with the crew and our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution, hundreds of people also visited our first "plastic fish market” and @kerimsabuncuoglu’s plastic photo installation inside the boat.

@wwf_turkiye also held a series of #BluePanda activities next to the #BluePanda:
⛵️ yoga by @yogi.can
⛵️ animal flow activity with @erhantugen: an innovative bodyweight movement to experience nature by doing animal figures
⛵️ a talk about plastic pollution in the Mediterranean with @sifircopplatformu
⛵️ zumba with @infinitezumba
⛵️ stretching with @ebrukaradumanofficial
⛵️ a live solo performance by @nilgunyavasoglu
Today is World #CarFreeDay. Turkey’s #MediterraneanKeepers walked, cycled, took the bus and the metro to cut carbon emissions and join us ⛵ in Kuruçeşme, İstanbul! 
Besides speaking with the crew and our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution, hundreds of people also visited our first "plastic fish market” and @kerimsabuncuoglu’s plastic photo installation inside the boat.

@wwf_turkiye also held a series of #BluePanda activities next to the #BluePanda:
⛵️ yoga by @yogi.can
⛵️ animal flow activity with @erhantugen: an innovative bodyweight movement to experience nature by doing animal figures
⛵️ a talk about plastic pollution in the Mediterranean with @sifircopplatformu
⛵️ zumba with @infinitezumba
⛵️ stretching with @ebrukaradumanofficial
⛵️ a live solo performance by @nilgunyavasoglu
Today is World #CarFreeDay. Turkey’s #MediterraneanKeepers walked, cycled, took the bus and the metro to cut carbon emissions and join us ⛵ in Kuruçeşme, İstanbul! 
Besides speaking with the crew and our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution, hundreds of people also visited our first "plastic fish market” and @kerimsabuncuoglu’s plastic photo installation inside the boat.

@wwf_turkiye also held a series of #BluePanda activities next to the #BluePanda:
⛵️ yoga by @yogi.can
⛵️ animal flow activity with @erhantugen: an innovative bodyweight movement to experience nature by doing animal figures
⛵️ a talk about plastic pollution in the Mediterranean with @sifircopplatformu
⛵️ zumba with @infinitezumba
⛵️ stretching with @ebrukaradumanofficial
⛵️ a live solo performance by @nilgunyavasoglu
Today is World #CarFreeDay. Turkey’s #MediterraneanKeepers walked, cycled, took the bus and the metro to cut carbon emissions and join us ⛵ in Kuruçeşme, İstanbul! 
Besides speaking with the crew and our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution, hundreds of people also visited our first "plastic fish market” and @kerimsabuncuoglu’s plastic photo installation inside the boat.

@wwf_turkiye also held a series of #BluePanda activities next to the #BluePanda:
⛵️ yoga by @yogi.can
⛵️ animal flow activity with @erhantugen: an innovative bodyweight movement to experience nature by doing animal figures
⛵️ a talk about plastic pollution in the Mediterranean with @sifircopplatformu
⛵️ zumba with @infinitezumba
⛵️ stretching with @ebrukaradumanofficial
⛵️ a live solo performance by @nilgunyavasoglu
Today is World #CarFreeDay. Turkey’s #MediterraneanKeepers walked, cycled, took the bus and the metro to cut carbon emissions and join us ⛵ in Kuruçeşme, İstanbul! 
Besides speaking with the crew and our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution, hundreds of people also visited our first "plastic fish market” and @kerimsabuncuoglu’s plastic photo installation inside the boat.

@wwf_turkiye also held a series of #BluePanda activities next to the #BluePanda:
⛵️ yoga by @yogi.can
⛵️ animal flow activity with @erhantugen: an innovative bodyweight movement to experience nature by doing animal figures
⛵️ a talk about plastic pollution in the Mediterranean with @sifircopplatformu
⛵️ zumba with @infinitezumba
⛵️ stretching with @ebrukaradumanofficial
⛵️ a live solo performance by @nilgunyavasoglu
Today is World #CarFreeDay. Turkey’s #MediterraneanKeepers walked, cycled, took the bus and the metro to cut carbon emissions and join us ⛵ in Kuruçeşme, İstanbul! 
Besides speaking with the crew and our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution, hundreds of people also visited our first "plastic fish market” and @kerimsabuncuoglu’s plastic photo installation inside the boat.

@wwf_turkiye also held a series of #BluePanda activities next to the #BluePanda:
⛵️ yoga by @yogi.can
⛵️ animal flow activity with @erhantugen: an innovative bodyweight movement to experience nature by doing animal figures
⛵️ a talk about plastic pollution in the Mediterranean with @sifircopplatformu
⛵️ zumba with @infinitezumba
⛵️ stretching with @ebrukaradumanofficial
⛵️ a live solo performance by @nilgunyavasoglu
Today is World #CarFreeDay. Turkey’s #MediterraneanKeepers walked, cycled, took the bus and the metro to cut carbon emissions and join us ⛵ in Kuruçeşme, İstanbul! 
Besides speaking with the crew and our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution, hundreds of people also visited our first "plastic fish market” and @kerimsabuncuoglu’s plastic photo installation inside the boat.

@wwf_turkiye also held a series of #BluePanda activities next to the #BluePanda:
⛵️ yoga by @yogi.can
⛵️ animal flow activity with @erhantugen: an innovative bodyweight movement to experience nature by doing animal figures
⛵️ a talk about plastic pollution in the Mediterranean with @sifircopplatformu
⛵️ zumba with @infinitezumba
⛵️ stretching with @ebrukaradumanofficial
⛵️ a live solo performance by @nilgunyavasoglu
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
Today is World #CarFreeDay. Turkey’s #MediterraneanKeepers walked, cycled, took the bus and the metro to cut carbon emissions and join us ⛵ in Kuruçeşme, İstanbul!
Besides speaking with the crew and our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution, hundreds of people also visited our first "plastic fish market” and @kerimsabuncuoglu’s plastic photo installation inside the boat.

@wwf_turkiye also held a series of #BluePanda activities next to the #BluePanda:
⛵️ yoga by @yogi.can
⛵️ animal flow activity with @erhantugen: an innovative bodyweight movement to experience nature by doing animal figures
⛵️ a talk about plastic pollution in the Mediterranean with @sifircopplatformu
⛵️ zumba with @infinitezumba
⛵️ stretching with @ebrukaradumanofficial
⛵️ a live solo performance by @nilgunyavasoglu
Yesterday on #WorldCleanUpDay, we had been invited by the Municipality of Kadıköy to join a series of activities to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey (sea bottom clean-ups, marine litter exhibition, speech about plastic pollution, sea surface cleaning etc.) 🥤❌
👉🏼 The Mayor of @kadikoybelediye, @serdildaraodabasi came on board of the Blue Panda to meet the crew and and learn from our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution.

#DidYouKnow that Turkey is the second country that accumulates the highest amount of coastline plastic debris each year (12.1kT/year) in the Mediterranean? We believe that together we can #StopPlasticPollution here.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to sign our petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
Yesterday on #WorldCleanUpDay, we had been invited by the Municipality of Kadıköy to join a series of activities to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey (sea bottom clean-ups, marine litter exhibition, speech about plastic pollution, sea surface cleaning etc.) 🥤❌
👉🏼 The Mayor of @kadikoybelediye, @serdildaraodabasi came on board of the Blue Panda to meet the crew and and learn from our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution.

#DidYouKnow that Turkey is the second country that accumulates the highest amount of coastline plastic debris each year (12.1kT/year) in the Mediterranean? We believe that together we can #StopPlasticPollution here.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to sign our petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
Yesterday on #WorldCleanUpDay, we had been invited by the Municipality of Kadıköy to join a series of activities to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey (sea bottom clean-ups, marine litter exhibition, speech about plastic pollution, sea surface cleaning etc.) 🥤❌
👉🏼 The Mayor of @kadikoybelediye, @serdildaraodabasi came on board of the Blue Panda to meet the crew and and learn from our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution.

#DidYouKnow that Turkey is the second country that accumulates the highest amount of coastline plastic debris each year (12.1kT/year) in the Mediterranean? We believe that together we can #StopPlasticPollution here.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to sign our petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
Yesterday on #WorldCleanUpDay, we had been invited by the Municipality of Kadıköy to join a series of activities to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey (sea bottom clean-ups, marine litter exhibition, speech about plastic pollution, sea surface cleaning etc.) 🥤❌
👉🏼 The Mayor of @kadikoybelediye, @serdildaraodabasi came on board of the Blue Panda to meet the crew and and learn from our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution.

#DidYouKnow that Turkey is the second country that accumulates the highest amount of coastline plastic debris each year (12.1kT/year) in the Mediterranean? We believe that together we can #StopPlasticPollution here.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to sign our petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
Yesterday on #WorldCleanUpDay, we had been invited by the Municipality of Kadıköy to join a series of activities to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey (sea bottom clean-ups, marine litter exhibition, speech about plastic pollution, sea surface cleaning etc.) 🥤❌
👉🏼 The Mayor of @kadikoybelediye, @serdildaraodabasi came on board of the Blue Panda to meet the crew and and learn from our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution.

#DidYouKnow that Turkey is the second country that accumulates the highest amount of coastline plastic debris each year (12.1kT/year) in the Mediterranean? We believe that together we can #StopPlasticPollution here.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to sign our petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
Yesterday on #WorldCleanUpDay, we had been invited by the Municipality of Kadıköy to join a series of activities to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey (sea bottom clean-ups, marine litter exhibition, speech about plastic pollution, sea surface cleaning etc.) 🥤❌
👉🏼 The Mayor of @kadikoybelediye, @serdildaraodabasi came on board of the Blue Panda to meet the crew and and learn from our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution.

#DidYouKnow that Turkey is the second country that accumulates the highest amount of coastline plastic debris each year (12.1kT/year) in the Mediterranean? We believe that together we can #StopPlasticPollution here.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to sign our petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
Yesterday on #WorldCleanUpDay, we had been invited by the Municipality of Kadıköy to join a series of activities to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey (sea bottom clean-ups, marine litter exhibition, speech about plastic pollution, sea surface cleaning etc.) 🥤❌
👉🏼 The Mayor of @kadikoybelediye, @serdildaraodabasi came on board of the Blue Panda to meet the crew and and learn from our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution.

#DidYouKnow that Turkey is the second country that accumulates the highest amount of coastline plastic debris each year (12.1kT/year) in the Mediterranean? We believe that together we can #StopPlasticPollution here.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to sign our petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
Yesterday on #WorldCleanUpDay, we had been invited by the Municipality of Kadıköy to join a series of activities to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey (sea bottom clean-ups, marine litter exhibition, speech about plastic pollution, sea surface cleaning etc.) 🥤❌
👉🏼 The Mayor of @kadikoybelediye, @serdildaraodabasi came on board of the Blue Panda to meet the crew and and learn from our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution.

#DidYouKnow that Turkey is the second country that accumulates the highest amount of coastline plastic debris each year (12.1kT/year) in the Mediterranean? We believe that together we can #StopPlasticPollution here.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to sign our petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
Yesterday on #WorldCleanUpDay, we had been invited by the Municipality of Kadıköy to join a series of activities to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey (sea bottom clean-ups, marine litter exhibition, speech about plastic pollution, sea surface cleaning etc.) 🥤❌
👉🏼 The Mayor of @kadikoybelediye, @serdildaraodabasi came on board of the Blue Panda to meet the crew and and learn from our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution.

#DidYouKnow that Turkey is the second country that accumulates the highest amount of coastline plastic debris each year (12.1kT/year) in the Mediterranean? We believe that together we can #StopPlasticPollution here.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to sign our petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
Yesterday on #WorldCleanUpDay, we had been invited by the Municipality of Kadıköy to join a series of activities to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey (sea bottom clean-ups, marine litter exhibition, speech about plastic pollution, sea surface cleaning etc.) 🥤❌
👉🏼 The Mayor of @kadikoybelediye, @serdildaraodabasi came on board of the Blue Panda to meet the crew and and learn from our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution.

#DidYouKnow that Turkey is the second country that accumulates the highest amount of coastline plastic debris each year (12.1kT/year) in the Mediterranean? We believe that together we can #StopPlasticPollution here.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to sign our petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
Yesterday on #WorldCleanUpDay, we had been invited by the Municipality of Kadıköy to join a series of activities to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey (sea bottom clean-ups, marine litter exhibition, speech about plastic pollution, sea surface cleaning etc.) 🥤❌
👉🏼 The Mayor of @kadikoybelediye, @serdildaraodabasi came on board of the Blue Panda to meet the crew and and learn from our teams about our work and how we can all act against plastic pollution.

#DidYouKnow that Turkey is the second country that accumulates the highest amount of coastline plastic debris each year (12.1kT/year) in the Mediterranean? We believe that together we can #StopPlasticPollution here.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to sign our petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
Today the Blue Panda is travelling across continents! 🌍⛵️
This video was taken by one of our followers while we were sailing from Büyükada to Kadıköy, the Asian side of Istanbul. Today we will be in the traditional Kadıköy Pier from 11 am to 4:30 pm and meet with #MediterraneanKeepers from the Asian side. Nature enthusiasts from the European side will be able to visit the boat tomorrow at Kuruçeşme Pier. We are excited to meet you!
👀 Don’t forget to have a look at our stories to have live updates on the activities and meet with Turkey’s #MediterraneanKeepers aboard the #BluePanda!
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
Today the Blue Panda is travelling across continents! 🌍⛵️
This video was taken by one of our followers while we were sailing from Büyükada to Kadıköy, the Asian side of Istanbul. Today we will be in the traditional Kadıköy Pier from 11 am to 4:30 pm and meet with #MediterraneanKeepers from the Asian side. Nature enthusiasts from the European side will be able to visit the boat tomorrow at Kuruçeşme Pier. We are excited to meet you!
👀 Don’t forget to have a look at our stories to have live updates on the activities and meet with Turkey’s #MediterraneanKeepers aboard the #BluePanda!
The #ClimateCrisis isn’t a future problem, it’s a NOW problem.

Today, just before the #ClimateMarch, 9 kids from #FridaysForFuture sailed with the Blue Panda and called for real action to stop the #ClimateCrisis. 
The young climate activist @atlassarrafoglu said: "Today probably 20 million people on earth is on climate strike. It is very crowded in Istanbul despite the rain. Listen to science to leave petrol, coal and natural gas underground. If not us, who? And if not now, when?"
Every day, we can see the impacts of a changing climate, from severe weather events to melting ice. World governments must step up their ambition and listen to young generations to act against this crisis. #ClimateAction #TogetherPossible
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
The #ClimateCrisis isn’t a future problem, it’s a NOW problem.

Today, just before the #ClimateMarch, 9 kids from #FridaysForFuture sailed with the Blue Panda and called for real action to stop the #ClimateCrisis.
The young climate activist @atlassarrafoglu said: "Today probably 20 million people on earth is on climate strike. It is very crowded in Istanbul despite the rain. Listen to science to leave petrol, coal and natural gas underground. If not us, who? And if not now, when?"
Every day, we can see the impacts of a changing climate, from severe weather events to melting ice. World governments must step up their ambition and listen to young generations to act against this crisis. #ClimateAction #TogetherPossible
#BREAKING 👏🏼: Istanbul Islands join WWF to #StopPlasticPollution!
📣 Istanbul Islands -an archipelago of 9 islands close to Istanbul, called also as Prince Islands- will be one of the first pilot sites to be included in Turkey’s national Zero Waste Program to improve waste management. The project was launched today and will be developed in collaboration with @wwf_turkiye, the Turkish Ministry of Environment and the Islands Municipality.
🏖 Büyükada, the largest island in #PrinceIslands is one of the must-see sites of Istanbul: only half an hour away by ferry, it is still a natural attraction with national parks and unique underwater coral habitats. This makes it a popular destination attracting over 100,000 tourists every day during the summer. The summer peak puts enormous pressure on the local waste capacity which is allocated on the basis of only 16,000 residents living in the islands. Gaps in collection areas and recycling units are among the main problems of the islands, in addition to the lack of public information about waste disposal and recycling.

The project will aim to improve the local waste management system to ensure full collection and recycling, and WWF-Turkey will mainly focus on informing and mobilising people to tackle plastic pollution. A new waste management system will be established to ensure that all waste from the island is disposed in recycling bins and carried to a new waste collection to be effectively recycled. This will avoid that recyclable waste ends up in solid waste landfills. WWF wants the island to act as an inspiring model in the fight against plastic to be replicated in other tourist areas, especially coastal towns, in the country and the whole Mediterranean.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to learn more.
#BREAKING 👏🏼: Istanbul Islands join WWF to #StopPlasticPollution!
📣 Istanbul Islands -an archipelago of 9 islands close to Istanbul, called also as Prince Islands- will be one of the first pilot sites to be included in Turkey’s national Zero Waste Program to improve waste management. The project was launched today and will be developed in collaboration with @wwf_turkiye, the Turkish Ministry of Environment and the Islands Municipality.
🏖 Büyükada, the largest island in #PrinceIslands is one of the must-see sites of Istanbul: only half an hour away by ferry, it is still a natural attraction with national parks and unique underwater coral habitats. This makes it a popular destination attracting over 100,000 tourists every day during the summer. The summer peak puts enormous pressure on the local waste capacity which is allocated on the basis of only 16,000 residents living in the islands. Gaps in collection areas and recycling units are among the main problems of the islands, in addition to the lack of public information about waste disposal and recycling.

The project will aim to improve the local waste management system to ensure full collection and recycling, and WWF-Turkey will mainly focus on informing and mobilising people to tackle plastic pollution. A new waste management system will be established to ensure that all waste from the island is disposed in recycling bins and carried to a new waste collection to be effectively recycled. This will avoid that recyclable waste ends up in solid waste landfills. WWF wants the island to act as an inspiring model in the fight against plastic to be replicated in other tourist areas, especially coastal towns, in the country and the whole Mediterranean.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to learn more.
#BREAKING 👏🏼: Istanbul Islands join WWF to #StopPlasticPollution!
📣 Istanbul Islands -an archipelago of 9 islands close to Istanbul, called also as Prince Islands- will be one of the first pilot sites to be included in Turkey’s national Zero Waste Program to improve waste management. The project was launched today and will be developed in collaboration with @wwf_turkiye, the Turkish Ministry of Environment and the Islands Municipality.
🏖 Büyükada, the largest island in #PrinceIslands is one of the must-see sites of Istanbul: only half an hour away by ferry, it is still a natural attraction with national parks and unique underwater coral habitats. This makes it a popular destination attracting over 100,000 tourists every day during the summer. The summer peak puts enormous pressure on the local waste capacity which is allocated on the basis of only 16,000 residents living in the islands. Gaps in collection areas and recycling units are among the main problems of the islands, in addition to the lack of public information about waste disposal and recycling.

The project will aim to improve the local waste management system to ensure full collection and recycling, and WWF-Turkey will mainly focus on informing and mobilising people to tackle plastic pollution. A new waste management system will be established to ensure that all waste from the island is disposed in recycling bins and carried to a new waste collection to be effectively recycled. This will avoid that recyclable waste ends up in solid waste landfills. WWF wants the island to act as an inspiring model in the fight against plastic to be replicated in other tourist areas, especially coastal towns, in the country and the whole Mediterranean.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to learn more.
#BREAKING 👏🏼: Istanbul Islands join WWF to #StopPlasticPollution!
📣 Istanbul Islands -an archipelago of 9 islands close to Istanbul, called also as Prince Islands- will be one of the first pilot sites to be included in Turkey’s national Zero Waste Program to improve waste management. The project was launched today and will be developed in collaboration with @wwf_turkiye, the Turkish Ministry of Environment and the Islands Municipality.
🏖 Büyükada, the largest island in #PrinceIslands is one of the must-see sites of Istanbul: only half an hour away by ferry, it is still a natural attraction with national parks and unique underwater coral habitats. This makes it a popular destination attracting over 100,000 tourists every day during the summer. The summer peak puts enormous pressure on the local waste capacity which is allocated on the basis of only 16,000 residents living in the islands. Gaps in collection areas and recycling units are among the main problems of the islands, in addition to the lack of public information about waste disposal and recycling.

The project will aim to improve the local waste management system to ensure full collection and recycling, and WWF-Turkey will mainly focus on informing and mobilising people to tackle plastic pollution. A new waste management system will be established to ensure that all waste from the island is disposed in recycling bins and carried to a new waste collection to be effectively recycled. This will avoid that recyclable waste ends up in solid waste landfills. WWF wants the island to act as an inspiring model in the fight against plastic to be replicated in other tourist areas, especially coastal towns, in the country and the whole Mediterranean.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to learn more.
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
#BREAKING 👏🏼: Istanbul Islands join WWF to #StopPlasticPollution!
📣 Istanbul Islands -an archipelago of 9 islands close to Istanbul, called also as Prince Islands- will be one of the first pilot sites to be included in Turkey’s national Zero Waste Program to improve waste management. The project was launched today and will be developed in collaboration with @wwf_turkiye, the Turkish Ministry of Environment and the Islands Municipality.
🏖 Büyükada, the largest island in #PrinceIslands is one of the must-see sites of Istanbul: only half an hour away by ferry, it is still a natural attraction with national parks and unique underwater coral habitats. This makes it a popular destination attracting over 100,000 tourists every day during the summer. The summer peak puts enormous pressure on the local waste capacity which is allocated on the basis of only 16,000 residents living in the islands. Gaps in collection areas and recycling units are among the main problems of the islands, in addition to the lack of public information about waste disposal and recycling.

The project will aim to improve the local waste management system to ensure full collection and recycling, and WWF-Turkey will mainly focus on informing and mobilising people to tackle plastic pollution. A new waste management system will be established to ensure that all waste from the island is disposed in recycling bins and carried to a new waste collection to be effectively recycled. This will avoid that recyclable waste ends up in solid waste landfills. WWF wants the island to act as an inspiring model in the fight against plastic to be replicated in other tourist areas, especially coastal towns, in the country and the whole Mediterranean.
📌 Follow the link in our bio to learn more.
The #BluePanda activities continue in Büyükada! ⛵️
“The Blue Panda is sailing for a better protected sea. And this is only possible by safeguarding vulnerable species and working with small scale fishers to create collective solutions.” - Timuçin Dinçer, Fisheries Officer at WWF-Turkey.
📷 Recently @wwf_turkiye displayed a by-catch photo exhibition together with @dogadernegi and @dekamerturkey in Buyukada’s IDO pier. 🐢🐠Fishers from the pilot sites of the by-catch project came together to visit the Blue Panda and discuss about the threats and solutions of this problem.
👀 Follow the link in our bio to learn more about the activities of the Blue Panda.
The #BluePanda activities continue in Büyükada! ⛵️
“The Blue Panda is sailing for a better protected sea. And this is only possible by safeguarding vulnerable species and working with small scale fishers to create collective solutions.” - Timuçin Dinçer, Fisheries Officer at WWF-Turkey.
📷 Recently @wwf_turkiye displayed a by-catch photo exhibition together with @dogadernegi and @dekamerturkey in Buyukada’s IDO pier. 🐢🐠Fishers from the pilot sites of the by-catch project came together to visit the Blue Panda and discuss about the threats and solutions of this problem.
👀 Follow the link in our bio to learn more about the activities of the Blue Panda.
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
The #BluePanda activities continue in Büyükada! ⛵️
“The Blue Panda is sailing for a better protected sea. And this is only possible by safeguarding vulnerable species and working with small scale fishers to create collective solutions.” - Timuçin Dinçer, Fisheries Officer at WWF-Turkey.
📷 Recently @wwf_turkiye displayed a by-catch photo exhibition together with @dogadernegi and @dekamerturkey in Buyukada’s IDO pier. 🐢🐠Fishers from the pilot sites of the by-catch project came together to visit the Blue Panda and discuss about the threats and solutions of this problem.
👀 Follow the link in our bio to learn more about the activities of the Blue Panda.
The #BluePanda and the Istanbul Biennial explore the 7th continent of plastic!

Islands of plastic floating in the ocean, rivers carrying plastic till the sea, animals ingesting large and small pieces of plastic, humans consuming tonnes of plastic... 🏖 In few decades we have created a sort of 7th continent of plastic!

This is the title of the 16th Istanbul Biennial that is taking place these days and that will see international contemporary artists exploring ‘The Seventh Continent, plastic’: a world where humans and non-humans, our mass-productive systems and natural elements, drift together, reduced to particles of waste.

This afternoon from 1pm to 7.30 pm, the Blue Panda will be one of the stops of the @istanbulbienali and host a special photo exhibition and one of biennale's videos produced by students. Join us at IDO Pier #SeventhContinent #TogetherPossible ⛵️🌊
🎥: @canguide
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
The #BluePanda and the Istanbul Biennial explore the 7th continent of plastic!

Islands of plastic floating in the ocean, rivers carrying plastic till the sea, animals ingesting large and small pieces of plastic, humans consuming tonnes of plastic... 🏖 In few decades we have created a sort of 7th continent of plastic!

This is the title of the 16th Istanbul Biennial that is taking place these days and that will see international contemporary artists exploring ‘The Seventh Continent, plastic’: a world where humans and non-humans, our mass-productive systems and natural elements, drift together, reduced to particles of waste.

This afternoon from 1pm to 7.30 pm, the Blue Panda will be one of the stops of the @istanbulbienali and host a special photo exhibition and one of biennale's videos produced by students. Join us at IDO Pier #SeventhContinent #TogetherPossible ⛵️🌊
🎥: @canguide
The #BluePanda is in #Turkey to fight plastic pollution! 
Plastic is a key issue in Turkey, a country that heavily contributes to plastic waste entering the Mediterranean. These are just #5facts to make you understand why it is important to tackle plastic pollution here:
1️⃣👉🏼 As of 2018, Turkey has become one of the top ten global receivers of imported plastic waste. As a result, Turkish limited recycling capacity is mainly occupied by imported waste coming from the UK, Belgium and Germany. Only 6% of domestic plastic waste is recycled.
2️⃣👉🏼 Turkey’s neighbouring Ceyhan and Seyhan Rivers are important carriers of plastic debris and are listed among the most polluted rivers in the Mediterranean.
3️⃣👉🏼 Turkey’s Cilicia region has the highest coastline pollution in the region.
4️⃣👉🏼 Turkey is the second largest sources of open dumping by total volume, dumping 0.8 million tonnes of untreated plastic waste into open sites each year.
5️⃣👉🏼 Turkey implemented a plastic bag law at the beginning of January 2019: at supermarkets, a fee of 0.25 TL is charged per bag to reduce per capita use from 440 to 90 by 2025. Recent results show an estimated 80% decline within 9 months.

This is why the Blue Panda will be here until mid-October, engaging with citizens, businesses and governmental authorities to #StopPlasticPollution. ⛵️🌊
📌 Follow the link in our bio and sign WWF's petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
The #BluePanda is in #Turkey to fight plastic pollution!
Plastic is a key issue in Turkey, a country that heavily contributes to plastic waste entering the Mediterranean. These are just #5facts to make you understand why it is important to tackle plastic pollution here:
1️⃣👉🏼 As of 2018, Turkey has become one of the top ten global receivers of imported plastic waste. As a result, Turkish limited recycling capacity is mainly occupied by imported waste coming from the UK, Belgium and Germany. Only 6% of domestic plastic waste is recycled.
2️⃣👉🏼 Turkey’s neighbouring Ceyhan and Seyhan Rivers are important carriers of plastic debris and are listed among the most polluted rivers in the Mediterranean.
3️⃣👉🏼 Turkey’s Cilicia region has the highest coastline pollution in the region.
4️⃣👉🏼 Turkey is the second largest sources of open dumping by total volume, dumping 0.8 million tonnes of untreated plastic waste into open sites each year.
5️⃣👉🏼 Turkey implemented a plastic bag law at the beginning of January 2019: at supermarkets, a fee of 0.25 TL is charged per bag to reduce per capita use from 440 to 90 by 2025. Recent results show an estimated 80% decline within 9 months.

This is why the Blue Panda will be here until mid-October, engaging with citizens, businesses and governmental authorities to #StopPlasticPollution. ⛵️🌊
📌 Follow the link in our bio and sign WWF's petition for a binding global treaty to stop plastic in nature by 2030.
#SundayActivity recommendation: ⛵

Today we are in Büyük Ada, waiting to meet new #MediterraneanKeepers. We are displaying a by-catch photo exhibition together with BirdLife Partner in Turkey @dogadernegi and @dekamerturkey. 
Since 2018 @wwf_turkiye and the partners of the ‘Medbycatch’ project, have been studying incidental capture of vulnerable species such as birds, marine mammals, sea turtles and sharks in fishing gear in the region. The unwanted catch of these species also known as bycatch is a problem for fishers but also a  threat to marine vulnerable species that get trapped in nets and often die.

WWF works together to protect the species and their habitats across the Mediterranean. #TogetherPossible
#SundayActivity recommendation: ⛵

Today we are in Büyük Ada, waiting to meet new #MediterraneanKeepers. We are displaying a by-catch photo exhibition together with BirdLife Partner in Turkey @dogadernegi and @dekamerturkey. 
Since 2018 @wwf_turkiye and the partners of the ‘Medbycatch’ project, have been studying incidental capture of vulnerable species such as birds, marine mammals, sea turtles and sharks in fishing gear in the region. The unwanted catch of these species also known as bycatch is a problem for fishers but also a  threat to marine vulnerable species that get trapped in nets and often die.

WWF works together to protect the species and their habitats across the Mediterranean. #TogetherPossible
#SundayActivity recommendation: ⛵

Today we are in Büyük Ada, waiting to meet new #MediterraneanKeepers. We are displaying a by-catch photo exhibition together with BirdLife Partner in Turkey @dogadernegi and @dekamerturkey. 
Since 2018 @wwf_turkiye and the partners of the ‘Medbycatch’ project, have been studying incidental capture of vulnerable species such as birds, marine mammals, sea turtles and sharks in fishing gear in the region. The unwanted catch of these species also known as bycatch is a problem for fishers but also a  threat to marine vulnerable species that get trapped in nets and often die.

WWF works together to protect the species and their habitats across the Mediterranean. #TogetherPossible
#SundayActivity recommendation: ⛵

Today we are in Büyük Ada, waiting to meet new #MediterraneanKeepers. We are displaying a by-catch photo exhibition together with BirdLife Partner in Turkey @dogadernegi and @dekamerturkey. 
Since 2018 @wwf_turkiye and the partners of the ‘Medbycatch’ project, have been studying incidental capture of vulnerable species such as birds, marine mammals, sea turtles and sharks in fishing gear in the region. The unwanted catch of these species also known as bycatch is a problem for fishers but also a  threat to marine vulnerable species that get trapped in nets and often die.

WWF works together to protect the species and their habitats across the Mediterranean. #TogetherPossible
#SundayActivity recommendation: ⛵

Today we are in Büyük Ada, waiting to meet new #MediterraneanKeepers. We are displaying a by-catch photo exhibition together with BirdLife Partner in Turkey @dogadernegi and @dekamerturkey. 
Since 2018 @wwf_turkiye and the partners of the ‘Medbycatch’ project, have been studying incidental capture of vulnerable species such as birds, marine mammals, sea turtles and sharks in fishing gear in the region. The unwanted catch of these species also known as bycatch is a problem for fishers but also a  threat to marine vulnerable species that get trapped in nets and often die.

WWF works together to protect the species and their habitats across the Mediterranean. #TogetherPossible
#SundayActivity recommendation: ⛵

Today we are in Büyük Ada, waiting to meet new #MediterraneanKeepers. We are displaying a by-catch photo exhibition together with BirdLife Partner in Turkey @dogadernegi and @dekamerturkey. 
Since 2018 @wwf_turkiye and the partners of the ‘Medbycatch’ project, have been studying incidental capture of vulnerable species such as birds, marine mammals, sea turtles and sharks in fishing gear in the region. The unwanted catch of these species also known as bycatch is a problem for fishers but also a  threat to marine vulnerable species that get trapped in nets and often die.

WWF works together to protect the species and their habitats across the Mediterranean. #TogetherPossible
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
#SundayActivity recommendation: ⛵

Today we are in Büyük Ada, waiting to meet new #MediterraneanKeepers. We are displaying a by-catch photo exhibition together with BirdLife Partner in Turkey @dogadernegi and @dekamerturkey.
Since 2018 @wwf_turkiye and the partners of the ‘Medbycatch’ project, have been studying incidental capture of vulnerable species such as birds, marine mammals, sea turtles and sharks in fishing gear in the region. The unwanted catch of these species also known as bycatch is a problem for fishers but also a threat to marine vulnerable species that get trapped in nets and often die.

WWF works together to protect the species and their habitats across the Mediterranean. #TogetherPossible
#DidYouKnow that there are 🦈🦈🦈 near Istanbul?

Today the #BluePanda ⛵️ has sailed close to Neandros Island (next to the Prince Islands in Istanbul), home to the angular rough sharks. Our team dived in this area to show the importance of the unique marine biodiversity and also to declare this region as a #MarineProtectedArea. 📍🌊
The angular rough sharks can be seen in the Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean Sea and the Marmara Sea. Living in the deep sea 🦈 prefers the depths from 60 to 660 m and can give birth to 7-8 pups at a time.
🆘 This species is critically endangered in the Mediterranean Basin, due to illegal fishing and the impact of ghost nets where animals get trapped and eventually die.
👉🏼 Studies have confirmed that Neandros Island should be a Marine Protected Area due to its marine biological richness. Its protection would be crucial for the preservation of the biological diversity of the Marmara Sea and for the sustainability of the fish stock. #TogetherPossible
🎥: @savas_karakas_sudaki_izler
#DidYouKnow that there are 🦈🦈🦈 near Istanbul?

Today the #BluePanda ⛵️ has sailed close to Neandros Island (next to the Prince Islands in Istanbul), home to the angular rough sharks. Our team dived in this area to show the importance of the unique marine biodiversity and also to declare this region as a #MarineProtectedArea. 📍🌊
The angular rough sharks can be seen in the Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean Sea and the Marmara Sea. Living in the deep sea 🦈 prefers the depths from 60 to 660 m and can give birth to 7-8 pups at a time.
🆘 This species is critically endangered in the Mediterranean Basin, due to illegal fishing and the impact of ghost nets where animals get trapped and eventually die.
👉🏼 Studies have confirmed that Neandros Island should be a Marine Protected Area due to its marine biological richness. Its protection would be crucial for the preservation of the biological diversity of the Marmara Sea and for the sustainability of the fish stock. #TogetherPossible
🎥: @savas_karakas_sudaki_izler
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
#DidYouKnow that there are 🦈🦈🦈 near Istanbul?

Today the #BluePanda ⛵️ has sailed close to Neandros Island (next to the Prince Islands in Istanbul), home to the angular rough sharks. Our team dived in this area to show the importance of the unique marine biodiversity and also to declare this region as a #MarineProtectedArea. 📍🌊
The angular rough sharks can be seen in the Mediterranean Sea, the Aegean Sea and the Marmara Sea. Living in the deep sea 🦈 prefers the depths from 60 to 660 m and can give birth to 7-8 pups at a time.
🆘 This species is critically endangered in the Mediterranean Basin, due to illegal fishing and the impact of ghost nets where animals get trapped and eventually die.
👉🏼 Studies have confirmed that Neandros Island should be a Marine Protected Area due to its marine biological richness. Its protection would be crucial for the preservation of the biological diversity of the Marmara Sea and for the sustainability of the fish stock. #TogetherPossible
🎥: @savas_karakas_sudaki_izler
Watch this video with WWF-Turkey’s team on board ⛵🌊
✍ Join @wwf_turkiye campaign to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey, one of the major sources of open dumping of plastic waste into the #Mediterranean (link in bio)! #BluePanda
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
Watch this video with WWF-Turkey’s team on board ⛵🌊
✍ Join @wwf_turkiye campaign to #StopPlasticPollution in Turkey, one of the major sources of open dumping of plastic waste into the #Mediterranean (link in bio)! #BluePanda
1️⃣ DAY LEFT!

Let’s get to know where the #BluePanda will sail in the next two weeks: 
We are in #Istanbul, in a region that has rich biodiversity partly due to its unique location at the crossroads of two continental landmasses, #Europe and #Asia, and between two large water bodies, Aegean Sea and the Black Sea.

The Marmara Sea, an inland sea connecting the Black Sea and the Aegean Sea via the Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits, serves simultaneously as a barrier and a corridor for gene flow (transfer of genetic variation from one population to another) as well as an acclimatization zone for many marine species. It is an important migration route for many species such as protected marine mammals and fish like swordfish, mackerel, bluefish and anchovies. 🐟

The Marmara region is a key land bridge for migratory soaring birds such as raptors and storks, that can travel between Europe and Africa without having to cross the Mediterranean Sea. 🕊

Unfortunately, the heavy industrialization and urbanization of this region that hosts 26% of Turkey’s population, has impacted nature. Due to pollution from industrial facilities fish species have declined from over 100 species in the 1960s to tens of species today. The Bosphorus Strait is also the seventh biggest choke point of oil in the world, with a high risk of major oil spills. Industrial centres like Istanbul has caused a significant reduction of the biodiversity in the Marmara Sea due to eutrophication and #pollution.
👀 Follow the link in our bio to learn about the Blue Panda activities in Istanbul.
1️⃣ DAY LEFT!

Let’s get to know where the #BluePanda will sail in the next two weeks: 
We are in #Istanbul, in a region that has rich biodiversity partly due to its unique location at the crossroads of two continental landmasses, #Europe and #Asia, and between two large water bodies, Aegean Sea and the Black Sea.

The Marmara Sea, an inland sea connecting the Black Sea and the Aegean Sea via the Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits, serves simultaneously as a barrier and a corridor for gene flow (transfer of genetic variation from one population to another) as well as an acclimatization zone for many marine species. It is an important migration route for many species such as protected marine mammals and fish like swordfish, mackerel, bluefish and anchovies. 🐟

The Marmara region is a key land bridge for migratory soaring birds such as raptors and storks, that can travel between Europe and Africa without having to cross the Mediterranean Sea. 🕊

Unfortunately, the heavy industrialization and urbanization of this region that hosts 26% of Turkey’s population, has impacted nature. Due to pollution from industrial facilities fish species have declined from over 100 species in the 1960s to tens of species today. The Bosphorus Strait is also the seventh biggest choke point of oil in the world, with a high risk of major oil spills. Industrial centres like Istanbul has caused a significant reduction of the biodiversity in the Marmara Sea due to eutrophication and #pollution.
👀 Follow the link in our bio to learn about the Blue Panda activities in Istanbul.
1️⃣ DAY LEFT!

Let’s get to know where the #BluePanda will sail in the next two weeks: 
We are in #Istanbul, in a region that has rich biodiversity partly due to its unique location at the crossroads of two continental landmasses, #Europe and #Asia, and between two large water bodies, Aegean Sea and the Black Sea.

The Marmara Sea, an inland sea connecting the Black Sea and the Aegean Sea via the Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits, serves simultaneously as a barrier and a corridor for gene flow (transfer of genetic variation from one population to another) as well as an acclimatization zone for many marine species. It is an important migration route for many species such as protected marine mammals and fish like swordfish, mackerel, bluefish and anchovies. 🐟

The Marmara region is a key land bridge for migratory soaring birds such as raptors and storks, that can travel between Europe and Africa without having to cross the Mediterranean Sea. 🕊

Unfortunately, the heavy industrialization and urbanization of this region that hosts 26% of Turkey’s population, has impacted nature. Due to pollution from industrial facilities fish species have declined from over 100 species in the 1960s to tens of species today. The Bosphorus Strait is also the seventh biggest choke point of oil in the world, with a high risk of major oil spills. Industrial centres like Istanbul has caused a significant reduction of the biodiversity in the Marmara Sea due to eutrophication and #pollution.
👀 Follow the link in our bio to learn about the Blue Panda activities in Istanbul.
1️⃣ DAY LEFT!

Let’s get to know where the #BluePanda will sail in the next two weeks: 
We are in #Istanbul, in a region that has rich biodiversity partly due to its unique location at the crossroads of two continental landmasses, #Europe and #Asia, and between two large water bodies, Aegean Sea and the Black Sea.

The Marmara Sea, an inland sea connecting the Black Sea and the Aegean Sea via the Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits, serves simultaneously as a barrier and a corridor for gene flow (transfer of genetic variation from one population to another) as well as an acclimatization zone for many marine species. It is an important migration route for many species such as protected marine mammals and fish like swordfish, mackerel, bluefish and anchovies. 🐟

The Marmara region is a key land bridge for migratory soaring birds such as raptors and storks, that can travel between Europe and Africa without having to cross the Mediterranean Sea. 🕊

Unfortunately, the heavy industrialization and urbanization of this region that hosts 26% of Turkey’s population, has impacted nature. Due to pollution from industrial facilities fish species have declined from over 100 species in the 1960s to tens of species today. The Bosphorus Strait is also the seventh biggest choke point of oil in the world, with a high risk of major oil spills. Industrial centres like Istanbul has caused a significant reduction of the biodiversity in the Marmara Sea due to eutrophication and #pollution.
👀 Follow the link in our bio to learn about the Blue Panda activities in Istanbul.
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
1️⃣ DAY LEFT!

Let’s get to know where the #BluePanda will sail in the next two weeks:
We are in #Istanbul, in a region that has rich biodiversity partly due to its unique location at the crossroads of two continental landmasses, #Europe and #Asia, and between two large water bodies, Aegean Sea and the Black Sea.

The Marmara Sea, an inland sea connecting the Black Sea and the Aegean Sea via the Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits, serves simultaneously as a barrier and a corridor for gene flow (transfer of genetic variation from one population to another) as well as an acclimatization zone for many marine species. It is an important migration route for many species such as protected marine mammals and fish like swordfish, mackerel, bluefish and anchovies. 🐟

The Marmara region is a key land bridge for migratory soaring birds such as raptors and storks, that can travel between Europe and Africa without having to cross the Mediterranean Sea. 🕊

Unfortunately, the heavy industrialization and urbanization of this region that hosts 26% of Turkey’s population, has impacted nature. Due to pollution from industrial facilities fish species have declined from over 100 species in the 1960s to tens of species today. The Bosphorus Strait is also the seventh biggest choke point of oil in the world, with a high risk of major oil spills. Industrial centres like Istanbul has caused a significant reduction of the biodiversity in the Marmara Sea due to eutrophication and #pollution.
👀 Follow the link in our bio to learn about the Blue Panda activities in Istanbul.
The #BluePanda has reached Istanbul after 14 days at sea. 🌊 Listen from the Captain about this long journey across the Mediterranean.
👉🏼 Follow the link in our bio and read our blog post about the Captain at the steering wheel of the Blue Panda.
The #BluePanda has reached Istanbul after 14 days at sea. 🌊 Listen from the Captain about this long journey across the Mediterranean.
👉🏼 Follow the link in our bio and read our blog post about the Captain at the steering wheel of the Blue Panda.
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
The #BluePanda has reached Istanbul after 14 days at sea. 🌊 Listen from the Captain about this long journey across the Mediterranean.
👉🏼 Follow the link in our bio and read our blog post about the Captain at the steering wheel of the Blue Panda.
⚡Giveaway time! ⚡
Do you want to be a #BluePanda member for a day and sail with WWF's team watching the beautiful dolphins of the Bosphorus? To celebrate our arrival in #Istanbul, 3 lucky followers could win a day aboard the #BluePanda boat on Friday, September 27 🐬
All you need to do is:
⛵Like this post
⛵ Tag at least 3 friends under this post
⛵Follow both @wwf_med and @wwf_turkiye
👉🏼 This #giveaway is open only to followers over 18 years old who can be in #Istanbul that day. The winners will be announced in our stories on Saturday, September 21, and will be contacted via DM. Good luck! 🐼
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
⚡Giveaway time! ⚡
Do you want to be a #BluePanda member for a day and sail with WWF's team watching the beautiful dolphins of the Bosphorus? To celebrate our arrival in #Istanbul, 3 lucky followers could win a day aboard the #BluePanda boat on Friday, September 27 🐬
All you need to do is:
⛵Like this post
⛵ Tag at least 3 friends under this post
⛵Follow both @wwf_med and @wwf_turkiye
👉🏼 This #giveaway is open only to followers over 18 years old who can be in #Istanbul that day. The winners will be announced in our stories on Saturday, September 21, and will be contacted via DM. Good luck! 🐼
The #BluePanda is sailing along the Dardanelles Strait in Turkey! 🇹🇷
The #Dardanelles (Çanakkale) Strait is one of the most important waterways in the world. Together with the Bosphorus Strait, it is the point of connection between the Black and the Marmara Seas to the Mediterranean. 🌊
We are in a so-called " Key Biodiversity Area", a site that contributes significantly to the global conservation of biodiversity. It is an important migration route for many marine species, such as the common dolphin. 🐬 The Mediterranean gull can also be seen in large numbers during the migration period. And it is home to three dolphin species: while common dolphins and bottlenose dolphins are widely distributed, harbor porpoises are rarely observed.

Within the boundaries of the area, the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park along the Dardanelles, is home to many threatened species, like lobsters, mollusks, sea urchins and sea horses. Several thousands of shearwaters come to these areas during winter. 👉🏼 Any disturbance in the area such as high vessel activity or threats such as oil spills would impact the global population of the species.

The Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits divide Turkey into two geographic regions: the smaller European region known as Thrace, and the larger Asia Minor known as Anatolia. For most practical purposes “Anatolia” and “Turkey” can be used interchangeably.
⛵️ Our journey will continue till the fascinating city of #Istanbul... Stay tuned for our activities!
📸: @yanallain
The #BluePanda is sailing along the Dardanelles Strait in Turkey! 🇹🇷
The #Dardanelles (Çanakkale) Strait is one of the most important waterways in the world. Together with the Bosphorus Strait, it is the point of connection between the Black and the Marmara Seas to the Mediterranean. 🌊
We are in a so-called " Key Biodiversity Area", a site that contributes significantly to the global conservation of biodiversity. It is an important migration route for many marine species, such as the common dolphin. 🐬 The Mediterranean gull can also be seen in large numbers during the migration period. And it is home to three dolphin species: while common dolphins and bottlenose dolphins are widely distributed, harbor porpoises are rarely observed.

Within the boundaries of the area, the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park along the Dardanelles, is home to many threatened species, like lobsters, mollusks, sea urchins and sea horses. Several thousands of shearwaters come to these areas during winter. 👉🏼 Any disturbance in the area such as high vessel activity or threats such as oil spills would impact the global population of the species.

The Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits divide Turkey into two geographic regions: the smaller European region known as Thrace, and the larger Asia Minor known as Anatolia. For most practical purposes “Anatolia” and “Turkey” can be used interchangeably.
⛵️ Our journey will continue till the fascinating city of #Istanbul... Stay tuned for our activities!
📸: @yanallain
The #BluePanda is sailing along the Dardanelles Strait in Turkey! 🇹🇷
The #Dardanelles (Çanakkale) Strait is one of the most important waterways in the world. Together with the Bosphorus Strait, it is the point of connection between the Black and the Marmara Seas to the Mediterranean. 🌊
We are in a so-called " Key Biodiversity Area", a site that contributes significantly to the global conservation of biodiversity. It is an important migration route for many marine species, such as the common dolphin. 🐬 The Mediterranean gull can also be seen in large numbers during the migration period. And it is home to three dolphin species: while common dolphins and bottlenose dolphins are widely distributed, harbor porpoises are rarely observed.

Within the boundaries of the area, the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park along the Dardanelles, is home to many threatened species, like lobsters, mollusks, sea urchins and sea horses. Several thousands of shearwaters come to these areas during winter. 👉🏼 Any disturbance in the area such as high vessel activity or threats such as oil spills would impact the global population of the species.

The Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits divide Turkey into two geographic regions: the smaller European region known as Thrace, and the larger Asia Minor known as Anatolia. For most practical purposes “Anatolia” and “Turkey” can be used interchangeably.
⛵️ Our journey will continue till the fascinating city of #Istanbul... Stay tuned for our activities!
📸: @yanallain
The #BluePanda is sailing along the Dardanelles Strait in Turkey! 🇹🇷
The #Dardanelles (Çanakkale) Strait is one of the most important waterways in the world. Together with the Bosphorus Strait, it is the point of connection between the Black and the Marmara Seas to the Mediterranean. 🌊
We are in a so-called " Key Biodiversity Area", a site that contributes significantly to the global conservation of biodiversity. It is an important migration route for many marine species, such as the common dolphin. 🐬 The Mediterranean gull can also be seen in large numbers during the migration period. And it is home to three dolphin species: while common dolphins and bottlenose dolphins are widely distributed, harbor porpoises are rarely observed.

Within the boundaries of the area, the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park along the Dardanelles, is home to many threatened species, like lobsters, mollusks, sea urchins and sea horses. Several thousands of shearwaters come to these areas during winter. 👉🏼 Any disturbance in the area such as high vessel activity or threats such as oil spills would impact the global population of the species.

The Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits divide Turkey into two geographic regions: the smaller European region known as Thrace, and the larger Asia Minor known as Anatolia. For most practical purposes “Anatolia” and “Turkey” can be used interchangeably.
⛵️ Our journey will continue till the fascinating city of #Istanbul... Stay tuned for our activities!
📸: @yanallain
The #BluePanda is sailing along the Dardanelles Strait in Turkey! 🇹🇷
The #Dardanelles (Çanakkale) Strait is one of the most important waterways in the world. Together with the Bosphorus Strait, it is the point of connection between the Black and the Marmara Seas to the Mediterranean. 🌊
We are in a so-called " Key Biodiversity Area", a site that contributes significantly to the global conservation of biodiversity. It is an important migration route for many marine species, such as the common dolphin. 🐬 The Mediterranean gull can also be seen in large numbers during the migration period. And it is home to three dolphin species: while common dolphins and bottlenose dolphins are widely distributed, harbor porpoises are rarely observed.

Within the boundaries of the area, the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park along the Dardanelles, is home to many threatened species, like lobsters, mollusks, sea urchins and sea horses. Several thousands of shearwaters come to these areas during winter. 👉🏼 Any disturbance in the area such as high vessel activity or threats such as oil spills would impact the global population of the species.

The Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits divide Turkey into two geographic regions: the smaller European region known as Thrace, and the larger Asia Minor known as Anatolia. For most practical purposes “Anatolia” and “Turkey” can be used interchangeably.
⛵️ Our journey will continue till the fascinating city of #Istanbul... Stay tuned for our activities!
📸: @yanallain
The #BluePanda is sailing along the Dardanelles Strait in Turkey! 🇹🇷
The #Dardanelles (Çanakkale) Strait is one of the most important waterways in the world. Together with the Bosphorus Strait, it is the point of connection between the Black and the Marmara Seas to the Mediterranean. 🌊
We are in a so-called " Key Biodiversity Area", a site that contributes significantly to the global conservation of biodiversity. It is an important migration route for many marine species, such as the common dolphin. 🐬 The Mediterranean gull can also be seen in large numbers during the migration period. And it is home to three dolphin species: while common dolphins and bottlenose dolphins are widely distributed, harbor porpoises are rarely observed.

Within the boundaries of the area, the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park along the Dardanelles, is home to many threatened species, like lobsters, mollusks, sea urchins and sea horses. Several thousands of shearwaters come to these areas during winter. 👉🏼 Any disturbance in the area such as high vessel activity or threats such as oil spills would impact the global population of the species.

The Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits divide Turkey into two geographic regions: the smaller European region known as Thrace, and the larger Asia Minor known as Anatolia. For most practical purposes “Anatolia” and “Turkey” can be used interchangeably.
⛵️ Our journey will continue till the fascinating city of #Istanbul... Stay tuned for our activities!
📸: @yanallain
The #BluePanda is sailing along the Dardanelles Strait in Turkey! 🇹🇷
The #Dardanelles (Çanakkale) Strait is one of the most important waterways in the world. Together with the Bosphorus Strait, it is the point of connection between the Black and the Marmara Seas to the Mediterranean. 🌊
We are in a so-called " Key Biodiversity Area", a site that contributes significantly to the global conservation of biodiversity. It is an important migration route for many marine species, such as the common dolphin. 🐬 The Mediterranean gull can also be seen in large numbers during the migration period. And it is home to three dolphin species: while common dolphins and bottlenose dolphins are widely distributed, harbor porpoises are rarely observed.

Within the boundaries of the area, the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park along the Dardanelles, is home to many threatened species, like lobsters, mollusks, sea urchins and sea horses. Several thousands of shearwaters come to these areas during winter. 👉🏼 Any disturbance in the area such as high vessel activity or threats such as oil spills would impact the global population of the species.

The Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits divide Turkey into two geographic regions: the smaller European region known as Thrace, and the larger Asia Minor known as Anatolia. For most practical purposes “Anatolia” and “Turkey” can be used interchangeably.
⛵️ Our journey will continue till the fascinating city of #Istanbul... Stay tuned for our activities!
📸: @yanallain
The #BluePanda is sailing along the Dardanelles Strait in Turkey! 🇹🇷
The #Dardanelles (Çanakkale) Strait is one of the most important waterways in the world. Together with the Bosphorus Strait, it is the point of connection between the Black and the Marmara Seas to the Mediterranean. 🌊
We are in a so-called " Key Biodiversity Area", a site that contributes significantly to the global conservation of biodiversity. It is an important migration route for many marine species, such as the common dolphin. 🐬 The Mediterranean gull can also be seen in large numbers during the migration period. And it is home to three dolphin species: while common dolphins and bottlenose dolphins are widely distributed, harbor porpoises are rarely observed.

Within the boundaries of the area, the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park along the Dardanelles, is home to many threatened species, like lobsters, mollusks, sea urchins and sea horses. Several thousands of shearwaters come to these areas during winter. 👉🏼 Any disturbance in the area such as high vessel activity or threats such as oil spills would impact the global population of the species.

The Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits divide Turkey into two geographic regions: the smaller European region known as Thrace, and the larger Asia Minor known as Anatolia. For most practical purposes “Anatolia” and “Turkey” can be used interchangeably.
⛵️ Our journey will continue till the fascinating city of #Istanbul... Stay tuned for our activities!
📸: @yanallain
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
The #BluePanda is sailing along the Dardanelles Strait in Turkey! 🇹🇷
The #Dardanelles (Çanakkale) Strait is one of the most important waterways in the world. Together with the Bosphorus Strait, it is the point of connection between the Black and the Marmara Seas to the Mediterranean. 🌊
We are in a so-called " Key Biodiversity Area", a site that contributes significantly to the global conservation of biodiversity. It is an important migration route for many marine species, such as the common dolphin. 🐬 The Mediterranean gull can also be seen in large numbers during the migration period. And it is home to three dolphin species: while common dolphins and bottlenose dolphins are widely distributed, harbor porpoises are rarely observed.

Within the boundaries of the area, the Gallipoli Peninsula Historical National Park along the Dardanelles, is home to many threatened species, like lobsters, mollusks, sea urchins and sea horses. Several thousands of shearwaters come to these areas during winter. 👉🏼 Any disturbance in the area such as high vessel activity or threats such as oil spills would impact the global population of the species.

The Bosphorus and Dardanelles straits divide Turkey into two geographic regions: the smaller European region known as Thrace, and the larger Asia Minor known as Anatolia. For most practical purposes “Anatolia” and “Turkey” can be used interchangeably.
⛵️ Our journey will continue till the fascinating city of #Istanbul... Stay tuned for our activities!
📸: @yanallain
#VideooftheDay: common dolphins running a race with the #BluePanda. 🎥🐬
Being at the top of the food chain, dolphins play an important role in the overall balance of the marine environment. They also tell us a lot about the overall health of the ocean, such as the presence of pollution or the decline in fish.
📌 The waters of the #Bosphorus host a lot of dolphins and we will be there soon to spot them and sail with them. Stay tuned for some stunning images! 🌊 © Sebastien Personnic / WWF
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
#VideooftheDay: common dolphins running a race with the #BluePanda. 🎥🐬
Being at the top of the food chain, dolphins play an important role in the overall balance of the marine environment. They also tell us a lot about the overall health of the ocean, such as the presence of pollution or the decline in fish.
📌 The waters of the #Bosphorus host a lot of dolphins and we will be there soon to spot them and sail with them. Stay tuned for some stunning images! 🌊 © Sebastien Personnic / WWF
The #BluePanda has entered Turkish waters! ⛵️ We are now sailing close to the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park.
📍 Located at the northern coast of Aegean Sea of #Turkey, the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is home to an incredibly rich biodiversity:
🦉 about 30% of the bird species observed in Turkey can be encountered in the Park (such as common firecrest, subalpine warbler)
🌱 many species with protection status according to IUCN criteria inhabit the park (neptune grass (Posidonia oceanica), common spiny lobster, long-snouted seahorse, Mediterranean noble pen shell crisis are one of those species)
🌊 the ecological importance of the area is mainly due to the presence of red corals (Corallium rubrum)
🐠 there are 142 different fish species (such as red porgy) in the park, half of which of economic value.
#ImportantPoint: the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is the only national park which doesn't have any marine protected zones. There is a need for zoning at the marine part of the national park to protect marine biodiversity, specifically corals.
🏗 Although the area is not heavily inhabited and is a relatively well-preserved marine protected area, there are a number of pressures (daily boat tours, infrastructure problems) that compromise the ecological integrity of the site. These pressures are mainly concentrated where developments have increased over the years and the infrastructure is inadequate.

WWF supports governmental organizations and local initiatives for effective management.

The Blue Panda's Turkey journey will continue tomorrow in the Dardanelles. Follow us!
The #BluePanda has entered Turkish waters! ⛵️ We are now sailing close to the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park.
📍 Located at the northern coast of Aegean Sea of #Turkey, the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is home to an incredibly rich biodiversity:
🦉 about 30% of the bird species observed in Turkey can be encountered in the Park (such as common firecrest, subalpine warbler)
🌱 many species with protection status according to IUCN criteria inhabit the park (neptune grass (Posidonia oceanica), common spiny lobster, long-snouted seahorse, Mediterranean noble pen shell crisis are one of those species)
🌊 the ecological importance of the area is mainly due to the presence of red corals (Corallium rubrum)
🐠 there are 142 different fish species (such as red porgy) in the park, half of which of economic value.
#ImportantPoint: the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is the only national park which doesn't have any marine protected zones. There is a need for zoning at the marine part of the national park to protect marine biodiversity, specifically corals.
🏗 Although the area is not heavily inhabited and is a relatively well-preserved marine protected area, there are a number of pressures (daily boat tours, infrastructure problems) that compromise the ecological integrity of the site. These pressures are mainly concentrated where developments have increased over the years and the infrastructure is inadequate.

WWF supports governmental organizations and local initiatives for effective management.

The Blue Panda's Turkey journey will continue tomorrow in the Dardanelles. Follow us!
The #BluePanda has entered Turkish waters! ⛵️ We are now sailing close to the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park.
📍 Located at the northern coast of Aegean Sea of #Turkey, the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is home to an incredibly rich biodiversity:
🦉 about 30% of the bird species observed in Turkey can be encountered in the Park (such as common firecrest, subalpine warbler)
🌱 many species with protection status according to IUCN criteria inhabit the park (neptune grass (Posidonia oceanica), common spiny lobster, long-snouted seahorse, Mediterranean noble pen shell crisis are one of those species)
🌊 the ecological importance of the area is mainly due to the presence of red corals (Corallium rubrum)
🐠 there are 142 different fish species (such as red porgy) in the park, half of which of economic value.
#ImportantPoint: the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is the only national park which doesn't have any marine protected zones. There is a need for zoning at the marine part of the national park to protect marine biodiversity, specifically corals.
🏗 Although the area is not heavily inhabited and is a relatively well-preserved marine protected area, there are a number of pressures (daily boat tours, infrastructure problems) that compromise the ecological integrity of the site. These pressures are mainly concentrated where developments have increased over the years and the infrastructure is inadequate.

WWF supports governmental organizations and local initiatives for effective management.

The Blue Panda's Turkey journey will continue tomorrow in the Dardanelles. Follow us!
The #BluePanda has entered Turkish waters! ⛵️ We are now sailing close to the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park.
📍 Located at the northern coast of Aegean Sea of #Turkey, the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is home to an incredibly rich biodiversity:
🦉 about 30% of the bird species observed in Turkey can be encountered in the Park (such as common firecrest, subalpine warbler)
🌱 many species with protection status according to IUCN criteria inhabit the park (neptune grass (Posidonia oceanica), common spiny lobster, long-snouted seahorse, Mediterranean noble pen shell crisis are one of those species)
🌊 the ecological importance of the area is mainly due to the presence of red corals (Corallium rubrum)
🐠 there are 142 different fish species (such as red porgy) in the park, half of which of economic value.
#ImportantPoint: the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is the only national park which doesn't have any marine protected zones. There is a need for zoning at the marine part of the national park to protect marine biodiversity, specifically corals.
🏗 Although the area is not heavily inhabited and is a relatively well-preserved marine protected area, there are a number of pressures (daily boat tours, infrastructure problems) that compromise the ecological integrity of the site. These pressures are mainly concentrated where developments have increased over the years and the infrastructure is inadequate.

WWF supports governmental organizations and local initiatives for effective management.

The Blue Panda's Turkey journey will continue tomorrow in the Dardanelles. Follow us!
The #BluePanda has entered Turkish waters! ⛵️ We are now sailing close to the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park.
📍 Located at the northern coast of Aegean Sea of #Turkey, the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is home to an incredibly rich biodiversity:
🦉 about 30% of the bird species observed in Turkey can be encountered in the Park (such as common firecrest, subalpine warbler)
🌱 many species with protection status according to IUCN criteria inhabit the park (neptune grass (Posidonia oceanica), common spiny lobster, long-snouted seahorse, Mediterranean noble pen shell crisis are one of those species)
🌊 the ecological importance of the area is mainly due to the presence of red corals (Corallium rubrum)
🐠 there are 142 different fish species (such as red porgy) in the park, half of which of economic value.
#ImportantPoint: the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is the only national park which doesn't have any marine protected zones. There is a need for zoning at the marine part of the national park to protect marine biodiversity, specifically corals.
🏗 Although the area is not heavily inhabited and is a relatively well-preserved marine protected area, there are a number of pressures (daily boat tours, infrastructure problems) that compromise the ecological integrity of the site. These pressures are mainly concentrated where developments have increased over the years and the infrastructure is inadequate.

WWF supports governmental organizations and local initiatives for effective management.

The Blue Panda's Turkey journey will continue tomorrow in the Dardanelles. Follow us!
The #BluePanda has entered Turkish waters! ⛵️ We are now sailing close to the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park.
📍 Located at the northern coast of Aegean Sea of #Turkey, the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is home to an incredibly rich biodiversity:
🦉 about 30% of the bird species observed in Turkey can be encountered in the Park (such as common firecrest, subalpine warbler)
🌱 many species with protection status according to IUCN criteria inhabit the park (neptune grass (Posidonia oceanica), common spiny lobster, long-snouted seahorse, Mediterranean noble pen shell crisis are one of those species)
🌊 the ecological importance of the area is mainly due to the presence of red corals (Corallium rubrum)
🐠 there are 142 different fish species (such as red porgy) in the park, half of which of economic value.
#ImportantPoint: the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is the only national park which doesn't have any marine protected zones. There is a need for zoning at the marine part of the national park to protect marine biodiversity, specifically corals.
🏗 Although the area is not heavily inhabited and is a relatively well-preserved marine protected area, there are a number of pressures (daily boat tours, infrastructure problems) that compromise the ecological integrity of the site. These pressures are mainly concentrated where developments have increased over the years and the infrastructure is inadequate.

WWF supports governmental organizations and local initiatives for effective management.

The Blue Panda's Turkey journey will continue tomorrow in the Dardanelles. Follow us!
The #BluePanda has entered Turkish waters! ⛵️ We are now sailing close to the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park.
📍 Located at the northern coast of Aegean Sea of #Turkey, the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is home to an incredibly rich biodiversity:
🦉 about 30% of the bird species observed in Turkey can be encountered in the Park (such as common firecrest, subalpine warbler)
🌱 many species with protection status according to IUCN criteria inhabit the park (neptune grass (Posidonia oceanica), common spiny lobster, long-snouted seahorse, Mediterranean noble pen shell crisis are one of those species)
🌊 the ecological importance of the area is mainly due to the presence of red corals (Corallium rubrum)
🐠 there are 142 different fish species (such as red porgy) in the park, half of which of economic value.
#ImportantPoint: the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is the only national park which doesn't have any marine protected zones. There is a need for zoning at the marine part of the national park to protect marine biodiversity, specifically corals.
🏗 Although the area is not heavily inhabited and is a relatively well-preserved marine protected area, there are a number of pressures (daily boat tours, infrastructure problems) that compromise the ecological integrity of the site. These pressures are mainly concentrated where developments have increased over the years and the infrastructure is inadequate.

WWF supports governmental organizations and local initiatives for effective management.

The Blue Panda's Turkey journey will continue tomorrow in the Dardanelles. Follow us!
The #BluePanda has entered Turkish waters! ⛵️ We are now sailing close to the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park.
📍 Located at the northern coast of Aegean Sea of #Turkey, the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is home to an incredibly rich biodiversity:
🦉 about 30% of the bird species observed in Turkey can be encountered in the Park (such as common firecrest, subalpine warbler)
🌱 many species with protection status according to IUCN criteria inhabit the park (neptune grass (Posidonia oceanica), common spiny lobster, long-snouted seahorse, Mediterranean noble pen shell crisis are one of those species)
🌊 the ecological importance of the area is mainly due to the presence of red corals (Corallium rubrum)
🐠 there are 142 different fish species (such as red porgy) in the park, half of which of economic value.
#ImportantPoint: the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is the only national park which doesn't have any marine protected zones. There is a need for zoning at the marine part of the national park to protect marine biodiversity, specifically corals.
🏗 Although the area is not heavily inhabited and is a relatively well-preserved marine protected area, there are a number of pressures (daily boat tours, infrastructure problems) that compromise the ecological integrity of the site. These pressures are mainly concentrated where developments have increased over the years and the infrastructure is inadequate.

WWF supports governmental organizations and local initiatives for effective management.

The Blue Panda's Turkey journey will continue tomorrow in the Dardanelles. Follow us!
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
The #BluePanda has entered Turkish waters! ⛵️ We are now sailing close to the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park.
📍 Located at the northern coast of Aegean Sea of #Turkey, the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is home to an incredibly rich biodiversity:
🦉 about 30% of the bird species observed in Turkey can be encountered in the Park (such as common firecrest, subalpine warbler)
🌱 many species with protection status according to IUCN criteria inhabit the park (neptune grass (Posidonia oceanica), common spiny lobster, long-snouted seahorse, Mediterranean noble pen shell crisis are one of those species)
🌊 the ecological importance of the area is mainly due to the presence of red corals (Corallium rubrum)
🐠 there are 142 different fish species (such as red porgy) in the park, half of which of economic value.
#ImportantPoint: the Ayvalık Islands Nature Park is the only national park which doesn't have any marine protected zones. There is a need for zoning at the marine part of the national park to protect marine biodiversity, specifically corals.
🏗 Although the area is not heavily inhabited and is a relatively well-preserved marine protected area, there are a number of pressures (daily boat tours, infrastructure problems) that compromise the ecological integrity of the site. These pressures are mainly concentrated where developments have increased over the years and the infrastructure is inadequate.

WWF supports governmental organizations and local initiatives for effective management.

The Blue Panda's Turkey journey will continue tomorrow in the Dardanelles. Follow us!
#SaveTheDate: in one month, the Blue Panda will be in #Izmir!
With over 4 million inhabitants, Izmir is the third most populated city in Turkey. Due to intense tourism and problems in waste management this coastal area has high levels of plastic contamination: each km of Izmir’s coast receive 7.2 kg of plastic debris every day, higher than the average in the Mediterranean (5kg/km/day) 👉🏼 swipe left on the post above and check our map.
On the 4th of October, the Blue Panda will be docked at Passport Pier hosting more #MediterraneanKeepers on board ⛵ to talk about how we can #StopPlasticPollution. Stay tuned! 👀
#SaveTheDate: in one month, the Blue Panda will be in #Izmir!
With over 4 million inhabitants, Izmir is the third most populated city in Turkey. Due to intense tourism and problems in waste management this coastal area has high levels of plastic contamination: each km of Izmir’s coast receive 7.2 kg of plastic debris every day, higher than the average in the Mediterranean (5kg/km/day) 👉🏼 swipe left on the post above and check our map.
On the 4th of October, the Blue Panda will be docked at Passport Pier hosting more #MediterraneanKeepers on board ⛵ to talk about how we can #StopPlasticPollution. Stay tuned! 👀
@wwf_med kullanıcısının resmi
#SaveTheDate: in one month, the Blue Panda will be in #Izmir!
With over 4 million inhabitants, Izmir is the third most populated city in Turkey. Due to intense tourism and problems in waste management this coastal area has high levels of plastic contamination: each km of Izmir’s coast receive 7.2 kg of plastic debris every day, higher than the average in the Mediterranean (5kg/km/day) 👉🏼 swipe left on the post above and check our map.
On the 4th of October, the Blue Panda will be docked at Passport Pier hosting more #MediterraneanKeepers on board ⛵ to talk about how we can #StopPlasticPollution. Stay tuned! 👀