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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.
Scientists, artists, and leaders will study plastic pollution on a 10-day voyage.
Filmmaker Annie Costner is determined to tell the locals' side of the story at the summer Olympic Games, which open in Rio de Janeiro this Friday.
Marine Protected Areas are a vital tool in regulating human activity off our coastlines.
Tomorrow is World Oceans Day, and these gifted students are tackling ocean plastic pollution in waves.
The NOAA Pacific Islands Fisheries Science Center Coral Reef Ecosystem Program’s removal mission in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands is already halfway completed.
Plastic Soup Foundation and G-Star are teaming up to fight microfibers with a new global public awareness campaign.
Production on an important new documentary about the human impact on our world oceans due to plastic pollution is wrapping up. Please share the trailer and help spread the word.
From their delicate beginnings as hatchlings making their way into the surf, sea turtles face many challenges. But single-use plastic straws should not be among them.
Researchers observed pieces of trash floating on the ocean's surface from what may turn out to be a sixth "garbage patch" forming in the Barents Sea.
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