As regards environmental education, the workshops and activities we carry out regularly have been interrupted by the pandemic.
For the past three years we have been implementing summer campaigns on specific issues. In 2018 and 2019 the focus was on plastic pollution, with a campaign on social media on the impact of plastic on our lagoons and coasts and their biodiversity, #NoSeamosBasura (Let’s not be trash).
In 2020 we launched the summer campaign #VeranoSinFiltros (Summer with no filters). Cigarette filters are the second most found plastic waste in our beach cleanups, the first being caps of plastic bottles. This was a useful pilot campaign for raising awareness on the toxicity of cigarette filters, their impact on water and sea life in general, blending strong messages via social media and direct action on the beaches with ashtrays and signs in hotspots like beach bars.