Kuwait’s environmental groups and local research centers signed an agreement on Tuesday to activate an early warning system aimed at preventing dead masses.
A fish drifting in the territorial waters. Often due to an outbreak of toxic algae. According to EPA Chief Sheikh Abdullah Al-Sabah, the agreement between the Public Environment Agency (EPA) and the Kuwait Institute for Science (KISR) is an important environmental conservation initiative, which is primarily an “early warning system” for growth. It states that. In the algae population in the Kuwait area.
The agreement is the latest in a long list of joint efforts between the two Kuwaiti organizations aimed at protecting Kuwait’s environment from potential threats, said KISR’s Executive Secretary. Dr. Mane Al-Sdairawi said: Protect the country’s marine ecosystem.
Dr. Qusai Kareem, KISR Architect behind the project, cites environmental factors that are the main cause of fish kills, mainly due to algae outbreaks and rising water temperatures, and the deal is to protect marine life. I hope it will be of great help.
https://timeskuwait.com/news/kuwait-environment-research-bodies-join-forces-to-prevent-fish-kill/ Kuwait’s environment, research institutes work together to prevent fish kills