The deck between Japan and Australia is a paradise of Duchess. Crystal clear water and coral reef annually attract hundreds of thousands of tourists to a country with over 20,000 residents.
The government believes the popularity of tourist destinations can harm nature, especially coral reefs.
One of the bear is palace government. Starting in 2020, the law prohibits the sale of all kinds of sunlight, with sealed chemicals as coral reefs. Tourists may expect to buy banned cream, sellers face a risk of £ 9,000 per penalty.
"Plastic wastes, chemical pollution, climate change, and resource depletion endanger our paradise," wrote Tommy E, President of the Palace. Ramangau.
When the infiltrated bath enters the water, the sunscreen is rinsed slowly. About 14 000 tonnes of sun protection per year are estimated at prices, and some researchers believe that chemical substances cause or even kill the coral reef.
About a quarter of marine life is associated with coral reefs that play an important role in the ecosystem.
The Sun ban on the Indian Ocean Wallpaper and the Great Barrier Reef in Australia. According to Mikhail Tedegren, associate professor at the Department of Ecology, Environment and Botany of the Stockholm University, the law does not preserve coral reefs.
"If you are talking about tourists visiting the bathhouse, they are at a very low level. If everyone works in water, it is much worse. Eutrophication is much bigger than the sunlight they use, "he said.
"The smallest issue"
But those who suffered from coral reefs do not doubt that, according to Tedgren. Tourists will trample down tourists, pick corals and fodder.
"People in coral reefs are a big problem. They have the tips they find. Sun protection in the skin is probably the smallest problem.
Fact: Ten chemicals are forbidden
It is forbidden to use sunflower with "coral reef" in Palau. At present, the list of prohibited chemicals contains 10 different substances, including oxybenzone, octinoxate, octoxiline, triclosane and other parabens.
The law will begin on January 1, 2020.
Palau is a country that forbids the first day shelves in the world, but there are local bans on other places.
Most of the chemicals prohibited in Palau have been forbidden in Mexico for 10 years to protect coral reefs. The Hawaiian law, which begins in 2021, is forbidden with sunblock containing oxbenone and octanoxate.
Source: AFP, The New York Times