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Save The Beaches – Superbe campagne de sensibilisation de Surfrider Foundation

Save the Beaches, la dernière campagne de sensibilisation de Surfrider Foundation, qui transforme les scènes classiques d’une journée à la plage en un étrange diorama de musée…

Les plages du monde disparaissent ! Si nous ne faisons rien, 90% d’entre elles pourraient disparaitre d’ici 2100. Des changements climatiques inquiétants, un développement irraisonné des infrastructures et des modifications de l’environnement littoral en sont la cause : montée du niveau de la mer, phénomènes météorologiques extrêmes, bétonnage excessif des plages, extension de ports, pillage du sable marin mettent en danger les bancs de sables et menacent nos plages. Petit à petit, sans le savoir, nous faisons disparaitre ce que nous aimons le plus. Les plages ne sont pas éternelles, nous devons les protéger.

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