Archive for May, 2013

May 31, 2013

What a Difference a Day Makes: Removing 30,000 lbs from Washington’s Coastline

By: Nir Barnea Every year around Earth Day, in what has become a great tradition, hundreds of volunteers  from near and far converge on Washington’s outer coast to participate in the state’s larges…

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May 26, 2013

Can a floating robot save a polluted canal?

The Brooklyn Atlantis project has created an aquatic robotic vehicle that collects environmental data on the Gowanus Canal

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May 24, 2013

Beach clean up May 2013, Anna Maria Beach

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Thank you so much to all volunteers from Sarasota and Bradenton Fl, for helping us in our first Beach clean up 2013 at Anna Maria Beach, it was an awesome experience and a very nice team.

May 16, 2013

DIY Marine Drones – Hack The Oceans

The Hack the oceans workshop experiments with recycled materials and electronics to create an environmental water drone.

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May 4, 2013

Miranda Wang: Improving the world one project at a time : McGill Reporter

The 19-year-old Wang was recently named to Maclean’s magazine’s annual list of Canada’s Future Leaders Under 25, for her groundbreaking research into breaking down plastics in landfills using bacteria. She and her friend Jeanny Yao started the work last year as a Grade 12 student back home in Vancouver following a visit to a local landfill.

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