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The waters around Australia are riddled with more than 4,000 tiny pieces of plastic per square kilometre, posing a threat to marine life and humans, new research has found…
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UCLA Report Urges New Global Policy Effort To Tackle Crisis Of Plastic Litter In Oceans, UCLA Newsroom
Plastic litter is one of the most significant problems facing the world’s marine environments. Yet in the absence of a coordinated global strategy, an estimated 20 million tons of plastic litter enter the ocean each year.
Plastic Pollution, Coastal Care
The Rugged, by Johnny Abegg
Surfer, filmmaker, photographer and free-thinker Johnny Abegg reminisces about his experience with the South West Marine Debris Cleanup, Tasmania, 2012, Team.