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  • Susan Myers

    New Year's Resolution: Eat an Apple, Save a Dolphin

  • designsonearth: resource for sustainability

    Nicolas Verrier of Eclairage Public specialises in taking complex information and translating it into visuals that can be quickly understood. Armed with 25 years of International Coastal Cleanup statistics he designed this graphic, showing an example of the types and amount of rubbish that ends up in the sea http://www.eclairagepublic.net/ http://www.oceanconservancy.org/

  • Liv Novaturient

    This is despicable. 25 years of ocean debris collected, and right up there at the top of the list are single use plastics: Food wrappers, bottle caps, and plastic bottles. Let's re-think plastic.

  • Nicolas Verrier

    International Coastal Cleanup : 25 years of Debris Collected. #infographic #oceanconservancy #marinedebris © ECLAIRAGE PUBLIC.

  • Sonora P

    For the last 25 years, the International Coastal Cleanup has recorded the debris collected by volunteers on the beach. According to their meticulous records, aside from cigarette butts, eight of the top nine types of trash floating around in the ocean comes from our food purchases.

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