Saturday 24 September 2022
Sunday 25 September 2022
Long-lost ghost-fishnets haunt the seabed. Hunt them with us!
How easily can we disentangle a marine animal that has been caught in a net? Ghost fishing nets are a threat to marine environment, marine life and humans. We learn about the problem of “ghost fishing” and how fishing nets can be recycled, together with other nylon yarn waste, to create new sustainable products in the context of circular economy.
Design - Implementation: Healthy Seas
Saturday 24/09 & Sunday 25/09
For children aged 6 or older
Up to 15 participants per slot (slot duration 30')
Free admission on a first come, first served basis
Children should always be accompanied by parents or adult attendants who should not be away from the outdoor activity.