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Nicholas Mallos
dad + husband \ director , science-based solutions to \ surf. soccer. beer. \ tweets my own
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Tess Maria Krasne 21h
Eco- brick making in the Thousand Islands (Jakarta, Indonesia) as part of YSEALI marine debris expedition! You would not believe how much plastic film you can fit in a beverage bottle!!
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Aaron Mesh 21h
"We might sound like a broken record, but here's the reality: It's hot as shit and everything is burning."
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Angela Howe Aug 13
Preventing plastic pollution is less expensive than cleaning it up! Yes on
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Ocean Conservancy Aug 13
Thousands of people line Florida beaches on Sunday for 'Hands Along Water' event
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Susan Ruffo Aug 13
Amazing effort to pick up some of the deadliest marine debris. Thank you!
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Nicholas Mallos Aug 11
Morning stroll turned cleanup on a “clean” lakeshore — 41 lbs of bottles, cans and other . starts inland + upstream.
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Catherine McKenna 🇨🇦 Aug 9
Plastics pollution is choking our oceans, lakes and rivers. Countries and cities around the world are working hard to find practical solutions to help !
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Nicholas Mallos Aug 9
shouldn't = neglect of other societal problems (e.g., homelessness, drug use, etc.). It's okay to protect both people + planet.
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Tess Maria Krasne Aug 5
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Nicholas Mallos Aug 5
That encounter was a glorious way to wrap .
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Nicholas Mallos Aug 3
Hauling 727 pounds of trash off a “clean” beach today underscores our collective responsibility to stop . Dedication + made the surf and sand at cleaner and safer for all to enjoy.
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Nicholas Mallos Aug 1
Every remaining right therefore critically important to sustain species. And all the more reason why efforts to prevent and mitigate lost fishing gear, like , are imperative.
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Nicholas Mallos Aug 1
"We can solve this problem. There is a role for industry, there is a role for government, there is a role for individuals..."
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Nicholas Mallos Jul 31
. Foundation & launch industry challenge to boost for 25 million families, recovering 7 billion bottles/cans.
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Katie Morgan Jul 31
"If right whales are threatened with extinction, it’s not from a lack of grit. It’s because their home is one of the most human-modified and influenced regions on Earth." reports:
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Nicholas Mallos Jul 30
Six years ago I visited w/ incredible colleagues from & to document debris washing onto Coast. Today, the memorial dock stands as a testament to ’s interconnectedness.
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Jenna Jambeck Jul 30
Goes to show that can have impacts we can't even imagine.
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Miriam Goldstein Jul 28
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Nicholas Mallos Jul 26
Epic day at Devils Punch Bowl filled with perfect + feeding gray mothers and calves just offshore.
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Nicholas Mallos Jul 26
Spot on, Al...here's a more in-depth look at the implications and opportunities that come with China's "plastic" fence.
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