Here is a litany of links to gain greater awareness of the plastic trash that surrounds us all... still.
TED-ED Lesson: "What Really Happens to the Plastic You Throw Away?" by Emma Bryce:
VIDEO: Whitby’s Jaime Rae Reels in $1,000 Prize for Video on Plastic Pollution in Oceans by Jillian Follert:
"What You Didn’t Know About Microplastics" by Lisa Feldkamp. Find out all the things that you didn't know!
"World’s First Wrench 3D-Printed with Recycled Ocean Plastic Wins Innovation Award" by Colin Payne. This article highlights Plastic Bank and the idea of "social plastic." The idea is backed with entrepreneurialism and promotes recycling to better communities.
"This Solar Powered ‘Water-Wheel’ Will Clean 23 Metric Tons of Trash From The Ocean Every Day" by John Vibes. In nearby Baltimore, MD this 'debris raking system' is currently being used.
Boaters Mapping Floating Garbage Patch In North Pacific Return To San Francisco from San Francisco CBS/AP. At this link you'll find a video worth watching to see what they are trying to do over in San Francisco.
Adidas Wants To Turn Ocean Plastic Into Sportswear by Lorraine Chow. New textiles are being created using recycled plastic as the key ingredient.
A Plastic Problem in the Chesapeake by Jeff Corbin from the EPA Connect: The Official Blog of the EPA Leadership
Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch
See the trailer here:
Plastic Paradise: The Great Pacific Garbage Patch Trailer from Angela Sun on Vimeo.
"These Artists Turn Ocean Trash into Really Classy Art by Amelia Urry
Here's an example of one of the pieces of art by Mandy Barker
Now that you know what you maybe didn't know before,
what are you going to do with all that plastic that is around you?
videos from: https://www.youtube.com/watch?t=390&v=EWl8338FqTk, https://vimeo.com/42143924, http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-really-happens-to-the-plastic-you-throw-away-emma-bryce#review
images from: http://grist.org/living/these-artists-turn-ocean-trash-into-really-classy-art/, https://www.bookyourdive.com/blog/2014/3/23/great-pacific-garbage-patch
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