2 de agosto de 2019 – MALIBU, California, EE. UU. – Plastic Oceans International, la organización sin fines de lucro que trabaja para terminar con la contaminación por plástico global, anunció hoy que la película documental, Eating Up Easter, presentada por Plastic Oceans; producida y dirigida por Sergio M. Rapu; producida y escrita por Elena Rapu; junto a Kartemquin Films y Pacific Islanders in Communications, ganaron el premio al Mejor Pelicula de Sostenibilidad del Festival de Cine de Surf de Portugal.
Plastic Oceans Senior Scientific Advisor Charlie Rolsky in his TEDx Talk debut.
In this funny, engaging, and informative TEDx Talk given in March 2019, Dr. Rolf Halden from Arizona State University and his then graduate student Charlie Rolsky admit that we all have a problem. It’s a pervasive problem. One that surrounds us every day. It’s in our homes, at our work, in our cars, in our water, and in each and every one of us. That problem is plastic and society’s addiction to it.
The Vertical Distribution and Biological Transport of Marine Microplastics Across the Epipelagic and Mesopelagic Water Column.
This paper represents a collaborative research project between the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI) and Arizona State University (ASU).
CONTACT: Lauren Cozzi, Plastic Oceans International
(202) 853-9608, firstname.lastname@example.org
The Plastic Soup Surfer, Merijn Tinga, Joins Plastic Oceans International as Ambassador on World Oceans Day
Surfer, biologist, artist & activist joins global effort to end plastic pollution
June 8, 2019 – MALIBU, Calif., U.S. – Plastic Oceans International, the nonprofit organization serving the ocean and public to end plastic pollution, announced on World Oceans Day that Merijn Tinga, Plastic Soup Surfer, biologist, artist and activist, is the newest Plastic Oceans Ambassador.
SARAH FERGUSON SETS NEW WORLD RECORD IN SWIM AGAINST PLASTIC, BECOMES 1ST PERSON TO SWIM AROUND EASTER ISLAND
South African Endurance Swimmer Draws Attention to Plastic Pollution in Campaign Encouraging People to Rethink Plastic and Empower Them to Be Part of the Solution
Plastic Oceans International and Breathe Conservation, two global nonprofit organizations dedicated to solving the plastic pollution problem, announced that South African endurance swimmer, Sarah Ferguson, set a new world record—becoming the first person to swim around the entire perimeter of Easter Island—as part of Swim Against Plastic, a global campaign to help end plastic pollution organized by the organizations.
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