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Can a work of art help protect dolphins in the Tagus river?

2020 and 2021 were unusual years - not only for us but also for common dolphins, who have been paying us nice visits to the Tagus Estuary. The sightings made over these months confirm the greater regularity of these visits, which leaves the question: why is this return happening now after being absent for decades?
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Terra Incognita: On the bow of dolphin protection on the Tagus River

With the mission of protecting the dolphins of the Tagus river, Terra Incognita (Uncharted Territory) is one of the partnerships of the #probablybetternow movement.
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Ria Formosa marks off two designated areas of refuge for the conservation of seahorses.

The refuge areas are located in Faro and Olhão and aim at ensuring the safeguard of protected species.
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New Carlsberg terraces are made of 100% recycled plastic

Carlsberg uses end-of-life plastic to create 1300 new terraces throughout the whole country, including the Azores and Madeira Islands.
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Dolphins in sight at the Tagus River

The growth of the city and the worsening of the negative impact of human activity drove dolphins away from the Tagus for quite some time.
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BBDouro: How can a sailing academy make a difference?

Responsible for the organization of a monthly beach clean-up and holder of a Seabin, BBDouro is one of the partners of the #probablybetternow movement.
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Project using bacteria aims to remove microplastics from aquatic environment

The process resorts to an adhesive film produced by bacteria to capture the fragments scattered in the environment.
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Snap pack is Carlsberg’s innovative solution in the reduction of plastic use

Resorting to an innovative gluing technology, Carlsberg’s Snap Pack eliminates the need for plastic packaging on their packs.
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Plastic is the main culprit of pollution in the oceans

European Commission Data indicates that only 18% of marine waste does not consist of plastic.
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Can Carlsberg’s green get any greener? Probably

Greener Green is the new paint used on Carlsberg’s labels and on some of its cardboard boxes, which is free of substances that are harmful to the environment and improves the recyclability of materials.
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Ten types of waste most commonly found on Portuguese coasts and beaches in 2020

In 2020, 9 out of 10 identified items were in the plastic/polystyrene category.
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Green Fibre Bottle, the first beer bottle made of “paper”? Probably

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Marine Biodiversity is at Risk

According to UNESCO, without significant change, more than half of marine species could face the risk of extinction by the end of the century.
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