Blue Paper #5: Sea snot as a visible sign of climate change

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Abstract

Sea snot is spreading over the Sea of Marmara in Turkey. This slimy substance is a symptom of marine pollution, and is threatening life both under and above water. Based on their own observations and the preliminary findings of experts, Gül Aktürk and Stephan Hauser discuss the deeper-lying issues of sea snot in the Sea of Marmara: the failure on all levels of governance to ban pollution on land and in the sea. This blog highlights the urgency and importance of a better management of water resources through better cooperation and coordination of various stakeholders.
Original languageEnglish
PublisherPort City Futures
Media of outputOnline
Publication statusPublished - 6 Jul 2021

Keywords

  • water and heritage
  • health

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