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Algalita
We're a nonprofit committed to solving the plastic pollution crisis in our oceans. We educate the public & conduct scientific research.
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Robert Sluka Feb 12
Really appreciate the work of and . Thinking through how it can and will impact our marine plastic research and conservation.
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Algalita Feb 13
ALBATROSS by is being screened at the Angels Gate Cultural Center THIS Saturday, February 16th from 5:30pm - 8pm. It's an absolutely beautiful film that shouldn't be missed!
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Eloisa Orozco Feb 12
At the Zero Waste Symposium listening to the executive director from — an org that inspires youth to engage to protect the ocean
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Algalita Feb 12
We'll be speaking at the Newport Beach Environmental Nature Center - ENC's next Teacher's Night Out. Sign up to learn about the range of educational resources we have to offer and network with like-minded . Sign up:
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Plastic Soup Warrior / Aäron Fabrice 🌍 Feb 11
Manado, Indonesia. Stop plastic Pollution! 🚫 Be the Change! ♻️ Spread the message! 📣 Please share widely. 🌍 Video credits: Cherryl Niqitha
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Algalita Feb 8
Recycling is not the answer. And is even less so.
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Mike Hudema Feb 6
90% of all the ever created has never been . There's now over 6.3 billion tonnes of it. This year , and let's end .
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Algalita Feb 6
Replying to @Algalita
Just noticed that we completely left out a word! Boy do we wish twitter had an edit function!! 😞
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Algalita Feb 6
It just rained, so going to the is probably the furthest thing from your mind, but it might also be one of the most important things you can do. Because when you see all that trash, you're going to pick up what you can, right?
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Ocean Heroes Bootcamp Feb 4
Imagine being under a wave of ... would it inspire you to ? “Over flow”, work by Tadashi Kawamata at The MAAT, Lisbon Portugal, allows you to do just that... 🖼️🇵🇹 📽️ featuring Melati Wijsen, co-founder of
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Algalita Feb 4
Help get the word out on this petition to to passing out ! With over 1800 stores, we need Target to lead!
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resilientLBaop Feb 1
Our Team had a great time at Algalita's New Year New Habits Party earlier this week! Here are some highlights from the Party. Thanks @Bringyourownlongbeach & for all the great tips and resources. A is a
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Algalita Jan 31
Cleanup tomorrow CANCELLED due to rain. :(
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Plastic Pollutes Jan 24
The World’s Biggest Brands Want You to Refill Your Orange Juice and Deodorant
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Algalita Jan 21
Join us next Saturday, Feb 2 at 10am-12noon for a beach on the Peninsula! We'll also have prizes for the Scavenger Hunt :) Come out for the whole two hours, or just help out for however long you can. FB event:
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ClimateEarth 🌿🌎🌊 🐘🐅🐳⛈️ Jan 18
Imagine your grandchildren one day going to swim in the ocean and finding that floating past greatly outnumbers actual marine life! Imagine they have never seen a whale apart from in books or documentaries!
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Algalita Jan 17
On Jan 27 we'll be featured in one of The Inspired Child Web Series which provides parents w/ action-based tools to help their kids' actual interests, get involved with service-learning opps & become a future changemaker. To register:
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Dr Richard Kirby Jan 15
The shocking extent of our microplastic pollution in the sea. An arrow worm in my plankton sample has died after trying to eat a blue, plastic microfibre that is just 8µm in diameter (0.008mm).
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Algalita Jan 15
California hopes to pass legislation for warning tags on clothing made of synthetic fibers.
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Mike Hudema Jan 14
90% of all the ever created has never been . There's now over 6.3 billion tonnes of it. This year , and let's end .
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