• 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:


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


The original size:


Біорізноманіття Чорного моря

Сірководень у Чорному морі

Морське сміття у Чорному морі

Наше Чорне море

Забруднення хімічними речовинами та джерела їх надходження


The original size:


Биоразнообразие Черного моря

Сероводород в Черном море

Мусор в Черном море

Наше Черное море

Загрязнение химическими веществами и их источники


The original size:


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 (

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’