A sinking cargo ship off the coast of Sri Lanka had caused an environmental disaster for
seems set to have long-term effects.
The X-Press Pearl caught fire on May 20 and burned for two weeks. Its cargo is the
concern: The ship was
carrying dangerous chemicals, including tons of nitric acid and fuel oil. But what's
already having an
impact on beaches of plastic called nurdles — the raw material used to make most types
Oil on ocean surfaces is harmful to many forms of aquatic creatures as it prevents
sufficient amounts of
sunlight from penetrating the surface, and it also reduces the level of dissolved
oxygen. Crude oil
the nature of marine biodiversity For the first time in the history of Sri Lanka,
under the advice and supervision of the director of Sports and Special Services Avenue
of Rotaract Mora
to regain the lost art of nature, Interact Club of Isipathana College is collaborating
with the Team
Pearl Pacify 1.0 of Rotaract Mora. Restoration of the assets back is the most vital
each citizen thus the Team has arranged to.
As a kickoff to the project,
Collecting Nurdles to prevent the toxication and has arranged a Global Recovery Solution
Campaign to boom out with the terrifying thoughts and solutions to overcome the threat.
Let's walk together to implement the best solution into Reality.