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Nicholas Mallos
dad + husband \ director , science-based solutions to \ surf, soccer, beer. \ tweets my own
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Nicholas Mallos 9h
So privileged to work with the incredible researchers to offer insights on the issue of ocean plastics .
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Nicholas Mallos May 21
Thanks for leading by example at 35,000 feet !
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Nicholas Mallos May 19
Thanks for spreading the good word to gang—and keep on keepin’ on to snag those Lionfish!
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Nicholas Mallos May 18
“The doesn’t like garbage. Quick—we need to pick it up!” Simple, genuine words from my 3yo after seeing at the park today. We should all spend a little more time listening.
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Clean Coasts May 18
in the have detected at This is 1,700 miles from inhabited land. "It is so remote that the closest humans are often orbiting 240 miles above the planet aboard the ."
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Nicholas Mallos May 17
'Bold Leadership' would be an understatement!
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National Geographic May 16
"Some people deny climate change, but there are no ocean plastic deniers. The problem’s in plain sight."
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Nicholas Mallos May 17
(Not) awesome. Will you be able to process samples on Island? If not, let's connect and figure out how we make that happen. Sure 's lab would be game to play.
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Julia Roberson May 16
It's absolutely stunning.
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Ocean Conservancy May 16
This smart collaboration combines two common passions – eating delicious seafood and saving our ocean. & are turning recycled ocean plastic into oyster shucking knives.
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Nicholas Mallos May 16
It was a pleasure speaking with . Top-notch reporting on a critically important (ocean) issue that touches all aspects of society.
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Nicholas Mallos May 16
See ya' later straws -- becomes first country in world to ban plastic straws. Regional leaders like and Cleanup partner Vanuatu Environmental Science Society walking the talk on .
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Stephen Colbert May 15
A plastic bag was found at the bottom of the world’s deepest ocean trench. Hey scientists, while you’re down there, can you look for my sunglasses?
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Waterkeeper Alliance May 15
Live in NY? Urge & your state Senator & Assemblymember to support the "New York Bring Your Own Bag Act."
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Nicholas Mallos May 15
Appreciate 's longstanding Cleanup partnership to mobilize people and communities around the world that depend on a thriving, healthy ocean.
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Nicholas Mallos May 10
So proud to work with the inspiring youth in Yogyakarta, to go . Thank you for driving change and raising awareness one straw at a time.
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Jenna Jambeck May 9
Having just come from Acaba, Jordan working w/locals & on to protect our ocean, 's words at ring esp. true "Ocean health is a vital building block of stability and peace." So grateful for her work.
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Nicholas Mallos May 8
A single day/week does not suffice to acknowledge the critical role teachers play in our lives. From kindergarten to grad school, all have shaped my career in some way.
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Hattie Train May 8
Nothing like a day on the water especially for such a cool project as ghost gear removal!! W/
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Nicholas Mallos May 6
Thank you for keeping 🇨🇦 ‘s shorelines clean. Less trash in the rivers and the Lakes = .
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