Garbage on Saint John’s Day | Oceana Europe
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After a whole day working with the ROV and a couple of interesting dives, during which we saw groups of orange roughies, we return to port. We hear thumping sounds coming from the horizon as we get close to the dock. It’s Saint John’s Day, the night of bonfires to celebrate the beginning of summer. Some people think celebration means turning up the decibels and sowing the beach with plastic, including bottles, bags, cans and other garbage. No comment.

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