El visionario Vincent Callebaut ha creado un jardín flotante en forma de ballena diseñado para desplazarse a través de los ríos del mundo, mientras que va purificando el agua.
See on www.fahrenheitmagazine.com
News about Litter in our Oceans and the Marine Ecosystem
“WASHINGTON (Aug. 1, 1:30 p.m. ET) — Plastics recyclers are boldly moving forward with a new Education Without Numbers campaign because they are convinced that the resin identification code only adds an unnecessary layer of confusion and prevents more plastics from being recycled.
The new recycling campaign identifies plastics by six types of categories that the industry believes are easily identifiable to consumers.”
See on www.plasticsnews.com
This is an interesting concept created by Highschool Mainland they wrote “Our product is a stationary – yet portable – array of artificial harbors made of porous plastic that can be strategically placed to passively collect floating plastic and other debris carried by the ocean’s currents.”
See on mainland.cctt.org
Recent studies estimate that an average of 46000 pieces of plastic can be found per square kilometer of the world’s oceans, while the UN reports that the number of plastic pieces in the Pacific Ocean has tripled in the last ten …
See on www.architizer.com
According to an Oceans Conservancy Report entitled ‘Marine Litter: A Global Challenge,’ prepared under the auspices of the United Nations Environment Programme, over half of global marine debris is made up of just two …
See on www.indonesiatobacco.com
There are few things I can appreciate more than the need for a cup of coffee right when you need it. Oh I get that. But even despite my deep addiction to coffee and love of convenience, I can’t wrap my head around those single pod coffee makers.
See on www.ethicalocean.com