To sensitize and promote in the communities the importance of taking care of beaches and rivers, the GEAP carried out cleaning days.
Through the collection, selection and transport of garbage The volunteers celebrated this day, restoring El Salvador's beaches.
38 aquatic ecosystems in Colombia were cleared on September 16. GEAP volunteers and different entities carried out the work.
Environmental Control of the Municipality of Ponce classified the marine garbage collected in Laguna de las Salinas and Punta Cucharas Natural Reserve.
With the support of a volunteer group of the GEAP, the cleaning of approximately 3,800 meters of beach and park was successfully achieved.
GEAP celebrates International Coastal Cleanup Day with a garbage collection day in Nicaragua beach.
On the beaches of Grande Luperon and Güibia in the Dominican Republic, the GEAP volunteers and other institutions collected marine garbage.
Ecological and government institutions joined the conference to mark the International Coastal Cleanup Day.
In Lima, Chiclayo, Trujillo and Chimbote the Guardians for the Peace of Earth took action in favor of the beaches and rivers of the area.
The GEAP, together with the Ministry of the Environment and the City Hall, hold waste collection days for the conservation of rivers.