Award-Winning Producer, Director & Cinematographer Becomes Plastic Oceans Ambassador
December 18, 2018 – Malibu, CA – Plastic Oceans International, the non-profit organization changing global attitudes towards plastic, today announced that renowned producer, director and cinematographer—Louie Schwartzberg—has become an Ambassador, lending his name and passion to end harmful plastic pollution caused by mass single-use plastic consumption.
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December 15, 2018 – Malibu, CA – The following statement is from Tod Hardin, Head of Operations & Communications for Plastic Oceans International, about the announcement of Secretary Ryan Zinke departing from the U.S. Department of the Interior at the end of the year:
Please Join Tomorrow’s Global Day of Giving
Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving. Since its inaugural year in 2012, it has become a movement that celebrates and supports giving and philanthropy with events throughout the year and a growing catalog of resources.
Karuizawa 50-Year-Old Could Set New Record for Japanese Whisky
Malibu, CA – November 8, 2018—Online spirits auctioneer, whisky.auction will host a public sale of the most impressive selection of one-off bottles of whisky and rum ever to come to auction—November 18 to November 27, 2018—to raise upwards of an expected £200,000 ($260,000 USD) for non-profit organizations worldwide, dedicated to battling the impact of single-use plastic waste, including US-based Plastic Oceans International.
Children are natural problem solvers. They believe that any problem can be solved, as they are unaware of the hurdles of the politics and process that adults accept as natural barriers to progress.
We’ve seen this first hand via our direct interaction with schools and youth community organizations throughout the globe. It’s that youthful creativity, innovation, and fearlessness that inspires us every day and that is the driving force behind a new project that we are excited to announce here for the first time.
It’s inspiring to once again have witnessed the power of the people successfully working for a common cause. In this case, for International Coastal Cleanup Day 2018, which took place on September 15.
What started over 30 years ago, with just two individuals and their idea to bring people together with the common goal of removing trash from our beaches, has turned into a true global movement.
Today’s guest blog is from Héctor Loyola, co-founder of Qactus and communications director.
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3D printing came to shake up the way things are produced and bought, since it allows to manufacture objects locally, in a customized way and at low costs. Its 25% annual growth indicates that it will be one of the main technologies in the near future and an important source of opportunities for industries as distant as health, fashion or food.
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