Plastic Ocean : By Captain Charles Moore with Cassandra Phillips

Plastic Ocean : By Captain Charles Moore with Cassandra Phillips

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Plastic Ocean: How a Sea Captain’s Chance Discovery Launched a Determined Quest to Save the Oceans

A Book by Captain Charles Moore with Cassandra Phillips

Excerpts; By Algalita Marine Research Foundation

“A prominent seafaring environmentalist and researcher shares his maritime encounters with the shocking amount of plastic debris in the Northeast Pacific Ocean, now commonly referred to as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Follow Captain Charles Moore research into this startling discovery, his hard-won scientific credibility, and his indomitable, game-changing efforts to get the world to pay attention to a looming plastic peril. PLASTIC OCEAN inspires a fundamental rethinking of the plastic age and a growing global health crisis…”

PLASTIC OCEAN: How a Sea Captain’s Chance Discovery Launched a Determined Quest to Save the Oceans, by Capt. Charles Moore with Cassandra Phillips, published by Avery;

Release Date: October 27, 2011.

About the author:

Captain Charles Moore is one of the main drivers of our awareness of plastic pollution; PLASTIC OCEAN reminds readers that the cleanliness of our water is of utmost importance to our survival, the survival of other species both animal and plant on this planet, and inspires a fundamental rethinking of what happens when you throw away that plastic bag or bottle and where it ultimately ends up.” ( Plastic Ocean: The Book)

Read Original Article, Algalita Marine Research Foundation

Plastic Ocean: The Book

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