Tesco and Nestle sign up to Global Ghost Gear Initiative

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Companies join global campaign to tackle waste fishing gear and the huge damage it does to marine wildlife

Tesco and Nestle have today become the latest high profile companies to sign up to the Global Ghost Gear Initiative (GGGI), an international campaign to tackle the estimated 640,000 tonnes a year of fishing...

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