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I also love the oceans (used to wish to be a marine biologist!), a very pretty poster design. -kwa

Upworthyfrom Upworthy

Say Hello To The Ingenious Invention That's Maybe Gonna Be Around Longer Than All Of Us

Much of the trash that enters the ocean is made up of plastics: plastic bags, food packaging, the straws and lids from our to-go cups. In the ocean these plastics break down into tiny, toxic particles that are ingested by marine life, which in turn is consumed by us. Not good news for seafood lovers. | One World One Ocean

The Huffington Postfrom The Huffington Post

Will 2014 Bring The End Of Plastic Bags?

Hawaii is soon to become the first state in the US to enforce a plastic bag ban. The ban was passed at the county level in every county in the state. This is a great example of how small, local action can create big change.

10 Things You Can Do for Trash Free Seas To find out more go to:

The Huffington Postfrom The Huffington Post

This Is How Your Plastic Bag Ends Up In Massive Ocean Garbage Patches

Environmentalism, Sustainability, Pollution, Water Quality, Ocean, Plastic. The Tragedy of Ocean Trash Infographic. This Is How Your Plastic Bag Ends Up In Massive Ocean Garbage Patches. Be aware. Make a Change.

"Method is Introducing the world’s first bottles made with a blend of recovered ocean plastic and post-consumer recycled plastic. That truly is people against dirty!" via Skip to My Lou

Success in a Cupfrom Success in a Cup

10 easy ways to save the planet

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Marine Pollution is 60 to 80% plastic. Say no to plastic bags! Pledge to stop using plastic bags

Eating toxic chemicals (inside the plastic garbage)