1. 4ocean

    #TrashTalkTuesday 1 . 4 billion pounds of trash enters the ocean each year . We realize that removing the trash is only half the battle - the other half is stopping it at the source ✋ Did you know that a single person using a reusable , refillable water bottle instead of single-use plastic water bottles can save as much as 170 bottles from being produced each year? If a family of 5 all hopped on boa . . .

  2. "Angkor Roo - The Recycling Rooster" - Performed at UN Habitat

    " Angkor Roo - The Recycling Rooster , " performed by the Bambu Stage Siem Reap puppeteers from Siem Reap , Cambodia , at the entire 6-day session of the of the 9th World Urban Forum (WUF 9) from February 7-13 in Kuala Lumpur , Malaysia . The show was specially-commissioned by Ocean Recovery Alliance , entitled “ANGKOR ROO” . While the puppets and actors are based in Cambodia , Ocean Recovery Alliance . . .

  3. Marine Debris

    Our oceans are filled with items that do not belong there . Huge amounts of consumer plastics , metals , rubber , paper , textiles , derelict fishing gear , vessels , and other lost or discarded items enter the marine environment every day , making marine debris one of the most widespread pollution problems facing the world's ocean and waterways . Video by: Ocean Today Video Content Provided by: NOAA Nation . . .

  4. Switzerland.Vacations

    Via @pangeaseed🙏🏼 Each year , humans dump 13 million metric tons of plastic into the ocean . . Yesterday , our friends at @sustainablecoastlineshawaii discovered this mass of plastic waste washing up on a local beach in the Dominican Republic . . This plastic epidemic is not going to clean itself . Educate yourself , vote with your dollars and reduce your plastic consumption at all costs . We have . . .

  5. Bay Drift drift card release

    They're off ! The #BayDrift drift cards were released from 11 sites across Biscayne Bay in hopes of learning more about the local ocean currents and how marine debris and other pollutants get transported . Thanks to all the Bay Drift partners , especially the MAST Academy Experimental Design class for helping out with the release from the University of Miami's Rosenstiel School of Marine & Atmospher . . .

  6. Plasticity Sydney 2017

    Plasticity Sydney took place on October 31st , with over 170 professionals , innovators , entrepreneurs , policy makers and community leaders speaking about plastic sustainability and the move of plastic into the circular economy . We look forward to seeing you at one of our events in 2018 , as this discussion is relevant in almost any city in the world , particularly with China now clamping down on impo . . .