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Italy | Art meets eco-activism: Fisherman sets sculptures on seabed to foil illegal bottom trawlers

TALAMONE, Italy — As the Sirena brought its passengers back to port, Paolo Fanciulli paused from spreading his nets and sustainable fishing gospel to point at an empty spot of sea.


“There, below the lighthouse,” said Mr. Fanciulli, clad in his rib-high yellow waders. “The sculptures are there.”


https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/24/world/europe/italy-tuscany-fishing-art.html

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