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All the Way to the Ocean: Final Cut 08.31.15 on Vimeo

All the Way to the Ocean: Final Cut 08.31.15 on Vimeo

Maria Explores the Ocean yoga book | Kids Yoga Stories

Maria Explores the Ocean (English)

For too long plankton have slaved away in obscurity, making the world a better place for generations of ungrateful humans. Until now. Find out how much you o...

For too long plankton have slaved away in obscurity, making the world a better place for generations of ungrateful humans. Until now. Find out how much you o...

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The earth is covered in the waste of your old clothes

Plastic bags are essentially indestructible, yet they're used and thrown away with reckless abandon. Most end up in the ocean, where they pollute the water and harm marine life; the rest are burned in garbage piles, where they release harmful dioxins into the atmosphere. Melati and Isabel Wijsen are on a mission to stop plastic bags from suffocating their beautiful island home of Bali. Their efforts -- including petitions, beach cleanups, even a hunger strike -- paid off when they convinced…

Plastic bags are essentially indestructible, yet they're used and thrown away with reckless abandon. Most end up in the ocean, where they pollute the water and harm marine life; the rest are burned in garbage piles, where they release harmful dioxins into the atmosphere. Melati and Isabel Wijsen are on a mission to stop plastic bags from suffocating their beautiful island home of Bali. Their efforts -- including petitions, beach cleanups, even a hunger strike -- paid off when they convinced…

Richart Sowa's Island Made of Plastic Bottles - COOLEST THING I'VE EVER MADE - EP2 - YouTube

Richart Sowa's Island Made of Plastic Bottles - COOLEST THING I'VE EVER MADE - EP2 - YouTube

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Lots of our trash ends up in the ocean. Here is how long it takes for them to decompose (if ever). Diapers and plastics take 450 years :(

Lots of our trash ends up in the ocean. Here is how long it takes for them to decompose (if ever). Diapers and plastics take 450 years :(

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