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 costacalidanachrichten.com *.
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. * costanachrichten.com is an offer from IPPEN.MEDIA .