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Mike Hudema Nov 23
The in the Pacific Ocean is now 3 times the size of France. This let's buy less not more.
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Independent Institute Nov 26
When private ownership rights are not defined for a resource, individuals acting independently are incentivized to deplete, spoil or overuse the resource, whether it is African rhinos, public highways or the world’s oceans.
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Jorge Luis Lopez Esq 8 Sep 18
will steam out to sea Saturday in test run to clean
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🌹Fioreous1⏳ #NotMeUs #NoMiddleGround Mar 3
WOW in the Pacific Ocean is 3x the size of FRANCE! omg
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TAMMY ESTWICK 29 Mar 18
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MackDog 8 Sep 18
I love engineering. What a great idea this is - props to
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Jeff Olson 8 Sep 18
Inventory the items it collects and send the bill to the manufacturers.
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Elaine Hsieh 9 Jun 18
Interesting thread ⬇️. Straws are only 0.03% of all plastics that enter the ocean in a given year. At least 46% of the plastic in the by weight comes from 2 things: fishing nets & fishing gear. makes the case to focus on more impactful solutions.
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Hakai Magazine Jun 19
Garbage patches exists in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans, but not in the Indian—a surprise, given that more plastic waste enters the Indian Ocean than anywhere else on Earth.
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The Energy Bit Aug 27
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Kobee Manatee® Sep 9
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Star-Advertiser 1 Aug 18
Hikianalia is bound for California and is sailing right through the 'Great Pacific .' Here's why:
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Mlle Tosh🏳️‍🌈 17 Jan 18
Cycle 4 is an optional topic for student choice! This phenomenon has inspired a student to start her very own campaign regarding the Great Pacific Grabage Patch 🌎 📝 with posters, hashtags, petitions, supporters, etc... she’s got it all!
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Lauren Shum 10 Jul 18
A win for the world’s oceans! Reminds me how, by week’s end @IMCC2018, after a sudden & massive influx of customers requesting “water, no straw,” some restaurants started distributing straws on demand only. Popular pressure ➡️ action
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Live Green 5 Aug 18
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MarianneofWaikiki Sep 21
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Bryan Druzin Aug 27
This shows the gradual formation of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a massive gyre of trash that's floating in the Pacific the size of Western Europe. Source data: Model for Prediction Across Scales - Ocean
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Tinat Aug 7
....who is going to clean the Silpukhuri area, which is the filthiest and smelliest? Or do we citizens have to clean up ourselves and also pay taxes in the process? Need some answers!
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saunie Jul 20
The garbage patch is so large, it is easily detectable from space via satellites and covers roughly 1.6 million square kilometers and 1.8 trillion pieces of debris. 
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Paul Clargo Jun 10
War on Plastic Quite clear we are not recycling anything, just collecting it and shipping it. I have the solution -
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