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Pollution of the Mar Menor: Tourism has to pay for it

The pollution of the Mar Menor has consequences that are particularly felt by the hotel operators. Every milligram of chlorophyll, every lousy Twitter comment means a loss.

Cartagena – The pollution of the Mar Menor * in the south-east of Spain * has a direct impact on tourism. Every milligram of chlorophyll that clouds the Mar Menor costs the hotel operators of the tourist stronghold 95 cents per night, reveals *.

This is the conclusion reached by a scientist from the University of Cartagena who is writing his doctoral thesis on the Mar Menor and tourism. Another finding: Even negative Twitter comments about the Mar Menor cost the hotels dearly. * is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA .

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