"NO" SEA&EARTH POLLUTION

NO SEA&EARTH POLLUTION - ALBATROSS

creates global awareness for an obvious goal:

cleaning up the poisonous plastic mess we make.

" ALBATROSS " anti PLASTIC POLLUTION

"ACTION" Project 2012-2020

Captain Manfred Reicher founder - chairman


- ACTIVE AGAINST PLASTIC WASTE -
- AKTIE TEGEN PLASTIC AFVAL -
- PLASTIK ATIK KARŞI ETKİN -
- AKTIV GEGEN KUNSTSTOFFMÜll -
- ACTION CONTRE ORDURES PLASTIC -
- ATTIVIAMOCI CONTRO I RIFIUTI IN PLASTICA -


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“ ALBATROSS NEW ZEALAND ”

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Astronomer without borders affiliates to New Zealand
“I find these exciting visions this group creates and inspires, moving ahead toward a plastic free ocean, an honourable objective, lets make it happen. There is a lot of work going on by so many of us, together and alone, behind the scenes, to create new projects, raise funds, make action happen.
Thanks everyone.”

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Paul Moss : These are Hectors Dolphins,
the main species, the Maui are a subspecies.

For more info go to www.mauisdolphin.com
MAUI DOLPHINS IN TROUBLE



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paul, moss, sky, van, new, zealand

Dec 27, 2011 If you go out at sunset you can watch the new moon and the planet Venus in the sky together. I am sharing this photograph from last night here in New Zealand, because I realised that the store I had in this pic was the major source of plastic in my country!! and because this is the biggest chain of cheapest stores in NZ. The plastic stuff breaks and wears out quickly, and finds its way into the ocean and landfills. So here we have a 'juxtaposition' two images that are opposite, one is exceedingly beautiful, natural, timeless... the other is evil, a source of junk and pollution, ruining our world. Picture Paul Moss www.facebook.com/photo.phpPicture-by-Paul-Moss

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Photo of vakas moanas, boats of ancient Poynesian tradition,
courtesy of Pacific Voyagers website.


Pacific Voyagers Sail from New Zealand
to Raise Ocean Awareness

“Our Polynesian ancestors respected and cared for the sea,” according to a statement from the Pacific Voyagers. “As we follow in their wake on our journey, we carry with us Te Mana o Te Moana, The Spirit of the Seas, as we venture forth raising awareness to help heal our ocean. Like our forefathers had done thousands of years before us, we travel using traditional Vaka Moana, voyaging canoes.”
Posted by danbacher at 4:37 pm August 11, 2011

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Nov 17 by Cameron Dick New Zealand



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New Zealand

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New Zealand freelargephotos.com


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Arthurs Pass in New Zealand

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Kakapo or owl parrot
native to New Zealand


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