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SDN celebrates 50th anniversary

VAREL-DANGAST. In January, the Schutzgemeinschaft Deutsche Nordseeküste (SDN), which translates as Association for the Protection of the German North Sea Coast, celebrated its 50th anniversary, and its chairman Gerd-Christian Wagner said: “SDN has now been around for over 50 years. It is concerning that the threat to the North Sea from increasing industrialisation and its effects has not diminished, despite all the specific individual successes. In May, SDN will be celebrating its anniversary with a public event at the National Park House in Varel-Dangast, during which it will be looking ahead.

Credits: SDN Andryszak

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