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Jenna Jambeck
UGA Env Engineer Prof Fellow , global waste mgmt, plastic, marine litter. Dev , sci. . Twts mine, no endorse
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Jenna Jambeck May 22
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Erin Keever May 21
Working on a show about plastic pollution for . When the problem can seem overwhelming, our guest suggests starting with just one thing: commit to using a reusable water bottle every day. Do you do this?
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Charlotte Talks May 22
Here's a stunning figure: only 9% of plastic EVER produced has been recycled. That means much of it winds up in landfills and the natural environment. What to do about all that plastic pollution? That's the topic Thursday with
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Vicki Phillips May 21
“Women like this can change everything.” in introduces readers to Zimbabwe’s all-female wildlife ranger team, the Akashinga or 'Brave Ones', who are among the animals’ fiercest protectors.
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Vicki Phillips May 21
After the Science-Telling Bootcamp, students are ready to present their solutions in the primaries of the .
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WIEGO May 21
"We see that childcare services in low & middle income countries are lacking across the board, particularly for children from 0-4 years old." A deep dive into the importance of childcare & the informal economy:
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Vivien Luk May 19
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Jenna Jambeck May 20
I recall spending a few long days putting in lots of steps there too. So glad you are there, your insight is needed!
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Jenna Jambeck May 19
That's great! They seem perfect for travel! I'll let my family try them too. I think my boys will find them fun to use. Not sure if I can get in USA after I run out, but can get when I'm in England.
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Heather Koldewey May 18
A hot one today! in the sun as we head off to collect our samples in Bangladesh
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Jenna Jambeck May 18
I happily used the that sourced for us for . Really convenient to grab a cube for a quick all-in-one hair and body wash on the boat, important when working in the field. Love the zero plastic & ingredients. Thanks!
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Heather Koldewey May 18
Aren’t we so very lucky? Doing super cool science, building strong friendships and working with amazing scientists, communicators and communities.
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Katherine Shayne May 18
When I travel to study , many times I come across traditions remaining but materials changing. This is a picture of pile of waste, mostly plastic, from an informal fishing comm. It’s actively burned on the beach, b/c there isn’t another option for waste mngmt.
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Jenna Jambeck May 18
Working with is amazing, and happy to say she is also an incredible friend. Not only an awesome example of but of how to include communities as well. One of our critical aspects of is inclusivity.
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Jenna Jambeck May 16
An awesome team from three countries in ! (, USA) Sabrina (Isabella Fdn, Bangladesh) & Ekta (WII, India) collected data with the community on litter, infrastructure, putting out drift cards and documenting it all.
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Jenna Jambeck May 16
Kathryn and Tania exploring a typical shop during for the Circularity Assessment Protocol in Bhola. Collecting data w/ on products & packaging through observation & interaction informing the input of plastic in a community.
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Heather Koldewey May 16
Sampling is underway on ! Great to be working with partners from Bangladesh (Uni Dhaka and WildTeam) and India (Wildlife Institute of India). Our water team is Sunanda, Gawsia and me!
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Dianna Cohen May 15
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Imogen Napper May 15
At the start of the expedition we spent the first couple of days preparing our kit and sailing to our first location - Bhola 🇧🇩
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Jenna Jambeck May 15
Tania, our Bangladesh colleague, explaining to citizens of the village the mission of & purpose of . They were very interested & provided their own perspective that years ago, plastic wasn't a problem like it is today.
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