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Coastal cleanup on Cabo beaches

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Everyone knows Cabo takes great care of its beaches. Blue flags are re-awarded season after season. And the whole community swings into action after hurricanes and tropical storms.


So it makes perfect sense that the municipal authorities have decided to take part in International Coastal Cleanup Day. 

This will be the first time for Cabo, but 2016 actually marks the 30th Anniversary of the Ocean Conservancy’s International Coastal Cleanup campaign. Which works with organisations and individual worldwide to clear trash from beaches and waterways. 

The campaign is hugely successful and last year collected a staggering 8 million kg (almost 18 million pounds) of trash. That is equivalent to the weight of over 100 Boeing 737s….  And all this trash was collected by 800,000 volunteers on beaches around the world.


Municipal President Arturo de la Rosa Escalante encourages everyone in Cabo to take part in the Clean Up campaign this Saturday morning, 24 of September.  Work will begin bright and early at 7am.


Beaches being targeted this year are: las playas Coral Negro, La Escollera, El Medano, Ocho Cascadas, and Las Viudas.


We all use the beaches. Let’s all help to keep them clean. 

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