Stephen Seagull's Coastal Chronicles: A Seabird's Perspective on Plastic Pollution
Ahoy, fellow beach lovers! Stephen Seagull here, ready to dive into the depths of a crucial issue - ocean plastic pollution. Join me in safeguarding our coastal havens from the ever-growing threat of litter and pollution.
Ocean non-profit organization Ocean Conservancy rescinds ocean plastics report from 2015 that falsely blames Asian countries only for Ocean Plastic Pollution
The group now says that report unfairly placed blame on Asian countries and was wrong to promote incineration as a waste disposal option.
Unless we initiate a generational change in the way we consume and treat plastics, we won't stand a chance to turn the tide around. While cleaning efforts are great, we need to stop the flow first. Every year of 8 Billion tonnes of plastic still find their way into our oceans. It's time to turn off that tab.
For those who don’t know, The Gulf of Mexico is part of the Atlantic Ocean and is largely surrounded by the North American continent. This particular body of water, along with all that encompasses our ocean is critical for our survival along with all our other friends who make up the sea.
It is Finn the dolphin here this week, coming to you live from our bright blue sea. I haven’t checked in with you all lately, but lately in my life I have been enjoying the heat of summer. The extra hot air has made the ocean of ours extra refreshing. I’ve been playing with all my other aquatic brothers and sisters, however, we have been running into some problems out in the blue.
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