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Ocean | Environment | Science | Policy | Culture
Step into the beautiful world of Komodo Island--one of the remote islands of Indonesia--where the pristine natural environment brims with life, but amidst the flora and fauna grows an invasive species: plastic pollution.
Over 100 students and teachers gathered for the 2017 Plastic Ocean Pollution Solutions International Youth Summit Feb. 10-12 in Dana Point, California.
Because of its depth and isolation, the Mariana trench was assumed to be among the few remaining pristine places on the planet.
Plastic bags and polystyrene or “Styrofoam” are the top two contributors to the local waste stream.
The images are shimmering and metallic—like minerals found in nature. But the subject of Erica DiGiovanni’s photographs is actually synthetic...
Mass media stories from the U.S. and Europe fail to see and show the organizing leadership of Zero Waste and environmental justice advocates in the global south.
Panelists discussed the film and solutions to the plastic pollution crisis.
A Q&A with Jackie Nunez, founder of the Last Plastic Straw.
Before we even made landfall on any of the remote islands we were to visit, we found ourselves in a floating maelstrom of ocean plastics: cups, food packages, and straws.
More than 3,045 students and teachers have completed the program, each receiving a stainless steel bottle that they can now refill at school.
The Coral Triangle is known for its vivid natural beauty, but in recent years, plastic pollution has become an increasing invasive species.
We all can stand up, speak out, and take action against plastic pollution.
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