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From Microbeads to Macrosystems: Oceans Under Stress

From Microbeads to Macrosystems- Oceans Under Stress

On bathroom shelves around the world sit products that are destroying life in our oceans. Tiny pieces of plastic (Microbeads) in our face scrubs and toothpastes, used to make products feel smooth, are washed away in drains to then fill the stomachs of marine animals…

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Quieting the Oceans

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Years of campaigning and courtroom battles by U.S. conservationists to limit the underwater noise that turns the oceans into hell for whales and dolphins are beginning to pay off.

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Making Waves on World Oceans Day

Making Waves on World Oceans Day

Musician Jack Johnson started the Wave for Change conservation social media campaign just in time for World Oceans Day this year. The Hawaii-based performer is asking people around the world to do something for the ocean – cut down on plastics, use more renewable energy and spread the word that the oceans need our help.

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