MARLISCO (“Marine Litter in European Seas: Social Awareness and Co-responsibility) has just launched a survey to gather people’s opinions on marine litter.
The objective is to understand people’s perceptions about the type of litter found in the sea, where it comes from, what factors of society may lead to it and where the responsibility lies but also how these vary among stakeholders, countries and age groups.
Just follow this link to take part online: https://www.psy.plymouth.ac.uk/MARLISCO/
The survey has been launched in 16 countries across the North East Atlantic, Mediterranean, Baltic and Black Sea regions and we think it is vital to have representation across all sectors, including recreational and commercial users of the coast and sea, environmental groups, government and policy makers, educators, the media, waste management sectors, and designers, manufacturers and retailers of items that can potentially become marine litter.
We invite you to take part in this survey and help us by circulating the survey link to your colleagues/employees to encourage them to participate.
The survey will be carried until end of April and takes about 15 minutes. There are no right or wrong answers to the questions, we are just interested in your opinions.