Aug 8, 2019

The 4th monitoring in the hottest period!

Dear donors,

Hope everything goes well with you!

Wherever you are at the North Hemisphere, hope you enjoy the summer although it shows that the summer is getting hotter and hotter in many places around the world. There are many places reaching very high temperature such as 37 in China. However, this doesn't stop our outdoors project.

All of 55 monitoring sites have finished the 4th monitoring of 2019 in the hottest period of the year. And we have released the report of the 3rd report. In last monitoring period, we have cleaned up 805.3kg beach litter with 1051 volunteers participated. The domestic beach litter distribution density is 2.69 pieces per square meter and 46 gram per square meter. 

Thanks for your attention, donation and continuous support.

Ronnie

Rendu Ocean


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Jul 3, 2019

The 3rd monitoring of 2019 has been accomplished!

Hello there!

We are so happy that our monitoring network has expanded to 55 monitoring sites now. Four of five new monitoring sites are located in Liaoning Province while the other is located in Guangdong Province.

Recently, 54 of 55 monitoring sites have accomplished the 3rd monitoring this year, despite the bad rainy weather in this season.

Besides, we have released the 2nd monitoring analysis report of 2019. It shows that the average domestic beach litter distribution density is 2.08pieces per square meter and 60.2 gram per square meter. 

Check the document attached to see more detailed information.

Thanks for your support and donation. :D

Ronnie

Rendu Ocean


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Apr 11, 2019

The 2nd monitoring of 2019 has been accomplished!

It is spring now and most areas in China are getting warmer which is great. It is much more comfortable for volunteers to attend monitoring activities along the coastline!! Sunny weather, various blossoms, soothing wind... and with your very kind donations, everything goes well with our coastline monitoring and cleanup.

Our analysis of the 1st monitoring of 2019 has been released. The data shows that the material of beach litter with the most quantity is mixed-material which accounts for 71.35%, followed by polyfoam (13.28%) and plastics (11.21%).

Recently, all of our 50 monitoring sites in China have accomplished the second monitoring of this year. Our partners have submitted the data and our research team are double checking the data and preparing for the analysis report.

 
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