A man dressed in a Spider-Man costume picks plastic rubbish off a beach in Pare-Pare, in Indonesia’s South Sulawesi province, on January 18. Photo: Reuters A man dressed in a Spider-Man costume picks plastic rubbish off a beach in Pare-Pare, in Indonesia’s South Sulawesi province, on January 18. Photo: Reuters
A man dressed in a Spider-Man costume picks plastic rubbish off a beach in Pare-Pare, in Indonesia’s South Sulawesi province, on January 18. Photo: Reuters

Letters | Coronavirus recovery efforts offer Asia-Pacific a chance to improve the health of its oceans

  • Closer transboundary cooperation can spur transformative action to tackle overfishing and plastic waste, and enforce sustainable shipping policies

Topic |   Environment
A man dressed in a Spider-Man costume picks plastic rubbish off a beach in Pare-Pare, in Indonesia’s South Sulawesi province, on January 18. Photo: Reuters A man dressed in a Spider-Man costume picks plastic rubbish off a beach in Pare-Pare, in Indonesia’s South Sulawesi province, on January 18. Photo: Reuters
A man dressed in a Spider-Man costume picks plastic rubbish off a beach in Pare-Pare, in Indonesia’s South Sulawesi province, on January 18. Photo: Reuters
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