Collection of infographics “Call of the Black Sea”

  • July 26, 2019

The set of six infographics were developed by the project jointly with world-famous Cousteau society in their high-class special style. The infographics cover the main threats and values of the Black Sea and is based on the results obtained by the project.

The topics include:

>The Black Sea at glance: highly vulnerable

>Dolphins – Flagship species of the Black Sea: life history and risks

>Anoxic layer of the Black Sea: the danger of its rise

>Biodiversity of the Black Sea: importance and risks

>Marine litter: a threat to biodiversity

>Chemical pollution and its sources: challenge for the Black Sea

The ultimate goal of the infographics to raise people awareness about the vulnerability of our common Black sea and propose actions / measures to be implemented as individual as well as decision-maker.

The infographics are developed in four languages:

English

The original size:

Dolphins flagship species of the Black Sea

Biodiversity of the Black Sea

Anoxic layer of the Black Sea

Marine litter of the Black Sea

The Black Sea at a glance

Chemical pollution and its sources

Ukrainian

The original size:

Дельфіни

Біорізноманіття Чорного моря

Сірководень у Чорному морі

Морське сміття у Чорному морі

Наше Чорне море

Забруднення хімічними речовинами та джерела їх надходження

Russian

The original size:

Дельфины

Биоразнообразие Черного моря

Сероводород в Черном море

Мусор в Черном море

Наше Черное море

Загрязнение химическими веществами и их источники

Georgian

The original size:

დელფინები

შავი ზღვის ბიომრავალფეროვნება

შავი ზღვის უჟანგბადო შრე

მყარი ნარჩენები შავ ზღვაში

ჩვენი შავი ზღვა

ქიმიური დაბინძურების წყაროები

Note: The original size of one infographic is 1,24 m per 0,8 m. The EMBLAS-Plus project plans to organize mobile exhibition of the given infographics in the Black Sea countries. If you are interested in having such an exhibition, please contact Ms. Olena Marushevska (Olena.marushevska@gmail.com)

Disclaimer: These infographics were produced with the financial support of the European Union. Its contents are the sole responsibility of EMBLAS-Plus project and do not necessarily reflect the views of the European Union’