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RESULTS

During its almost two-year lifetime, LIFE AMMOS Project developed a series of innovative tools, which contributed to the implementation of an integrated information campaign at the national and local levels and made possible the systematic recording and monitoring of smoking-related litter in the participating beaches, which was of major importance for the evaluation of the project impact on the environmental problem targeted.

 

More specifically, the multilevel information/ sensitisation/ educational and dissemination activities carried out during the Project’s implementation included, while not limited to, the following:

 

The aforementioned coordinated actions, which were implemented during the 2014 summer period, as well as the preparatory actions, seem to have contributed to a significant and measurable reduction of smoking-related litter in the Project’s study areas/ beaches. According to the results for 13 out of the 15 beaches, over a 1-year period (September/ October 2013 – September/ October 2014), the litter load has been reduced by 66.9%, while the reduction rate/ beach is between 18.5% and 90.1%.