Explore Midway Atoll, Chris Jordan, and more!

This heart aching photo by Chris Jordan shows a series of bird carcasses decomposing from the Great Pacific Garbage patch. This haunting collection of his shows what adult birds are feeding to their young: plastic, bottlecaps, lighters, basically, rubbish.

The unaltered stomach contents of a dead albatross chick photographed on Midway Atoll National Wildlife Refuge in the Pacific in September 2009 include plastic marine debris fed the chick by its parents.credit: U. Fish and Wildlife Service/Chris Jordan

When this albatross died, it had 558 individual pieces of plastic stuffed into its stomach. [Photo Credit: Eric Dale/FWS Volunteer]

When this albatross died, it had 558 individual pieces of plastic stuffed into its stomach.

What we do to our farmed animals is unacceptable. Be their voice by telling people Factory Farms are Clucked Up! Find the shirt here: www.myvoicetshirts.com

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What we do to our farmed animals is unacceptable. Be their voice by telling people Factory Farms are Clucked

:(  we need to stop producing such rubbish!!

Plastic never disintegrates. It stays on our earth forever, polluting our water, killing species, and ruining our way of life.

'Plastic pollution by numbers' (http://cdn.physorg.com/newman/gfx/news/hires/2012/plasticpollu.jpg)

Real man made pollution, unlike Climate Change/Disruption - and this is totally our fault, and is very destructive, and worse still in your food chain. And yet the mass media & governments largely ignore it.

Just four commodities—beef, soy, palm oil, and wood products—drive the majority of global deforestation. And consumers can help stop it.

excluding the 'global warming' on pin! Just four commodities—beef, soy, palm oil, and wood products—drive the majority of global deforestation. And consumers can help stop it.

Save the Amazon!    Amazon Deforestation: Timelapse:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oBIA0lqfcN4

Habitats are being destroyed and many species are disappearing and becoming extinct. We have to determine what is appropriate when forests are at stake, for instance reasons for agricultural expansion vs industrial should be approved.

preserving the natural beauty of the world is one of the most important things we can ever hope to do

The powerful before-and-after photographs below were shared as evidence of ocean acidification at the 2012 International Coral Reef Symposium in Australia.

One image in photographer Kim Preston's series "Plastic Pacific," which uses everyday household items to draw attention to the growing plastic pollution in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

Everyday Objects Photographed to Look Like Sea Creatures

“Great Pacific Garbage Patch,” is an area the size of Texas in the Pacific ocean in which there’s 6 times the amount of plastic as there is natural plankton. This photographer took pictures of trash to make them look like actual marine animals.

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