Save Oceans Now

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Great Pacific Garbage Patch. 3.5 million tons of trash, mostly plastic, covering an area twice the size of Texas, floating in the Pacific Ocean.

Great Pacific Garbage Patch. 3.5 million tons of trash, mostly plastic, covering an area twice the size of Texas, floating in the Pacific Ocean.

divers cut a Hawaiian green sea turtle free from a derelict fishing net during a recent mission to collect marine debris in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.

divers cut a Hawaiian green sea turtle free from a derelict fishing net during a recent mission to collect marine debris in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands.

Don't Waste Our Oceans. A tin can tossed into the ocean in 1986 will still be decomposing in 2036, and a glass bottle will be there until the year 1,001,986. The oceans cannot handle our garbage — it’s up to us to keep the trash out of our waters. Support The Marine Mammal Center: protect our oceans and sea life.  Sign Pledge.

Don't Waste Our Oceans. A tin can tossed into the ocean in 1986 will still be decomposing in 2036, and a glass bottle will be there until the year 1,001,986. The oceans cannot handle our garbage — it’s up to us to keep the trash out of our waters. Support The Marine Mammal Center: protect our oceans and sea life. Sign Pledge.

The Los Angeles Public Works department attempts to removes plastic debris caught by booms.  When a heavy rain happens none of it is caught.

The Los Angeles Public Works department attempts to removes plastic debris caught by booms. When a heavy rain happens none of it is caught.

Plastic Garbage in Oceans: Understanding Marine Pollution from Microplastic Particles - Science Daily, April 17, 2012

Plastic Garbage in Oceans: Understanding Marine Pollution from Microplastic Particles - Science Daily, April 17, 2012

We must drastically reduce our plastic consumption.  The Great Garbage Patch | 13 Reasons The Ocean Might Never Be The Same

We must drastically reduce our plastic consumption. The Great Garbage Patch | 13 Reasons The Ocean Might Never Be The Same

What’s the size of Texas, made of plastic, and floating in the Pacific Ocean?  If you guessed the “Great Pacific Garbage Patch,” you’re right.  The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is also known as the largest landfill in the world, and unfortunately it is not found in a thoroughly planned, designed and controlled waste management facility — it’s found in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

What’s the size of Texas, made of plastic, and floating in the Pacific Ocean? If you guessed the “Great Pacific Garbage Patch,” you’re right. The Great Pacific Garbage Patch is also known as the largest landfill in the world, and unfortunately it is not found in a thoroughly planned, designed and controlled waste management facility — it’s found in the middle of the Pacific Ocean.

What's in The Package? More Than You Know.

What's in The Package? More Than You Know.

Twitter / Earth_Pics: A long term effect of garbage ... and this is our fault!  We must take responsibility for the litter and garbage that pollutes our earth and harms it's creatures.

Twitter / Earth_Pics: A long term effect of garbage ... and this is our fault! We must take responsibility for the litter and garbage that pollutes our earth and harms it's creatures.

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