"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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Environmental activist walking 700 miles - Oct 2012

"I am currently walking 700 miles along the coast of California from San Francisco to San Diego to promote environmental movement of "Slowly Making THE Difference". I choose to walk instead of riding"

http://ireport.cnn.com/docs/DOC-860546

Website: BlueTurtle.com blog: AntiPlastic.com
To track via GPS:
BlueTurtleLocation HelpBlueTurtle.com

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GREAT EXAMPLE FOR US ALL


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ADOPT - A - BEACH

CALIFORNIA COASTAL COMMISSION


www.coastal.ca.gov/publiced/aab/aab1.html

How Do You Adopt-A-Beach®?

When a group "adopts" a beach, they commit to cleaning it at least three times per year, although school groups can fulfill their obligation with a single cleanup.

Groups are encouraged to re-adopt at the end of the year.

The Adopt-A-Beach
® program fosters feelings of pride and ownership as volunteers begin to care for "their" beach.

The process is simple and has been received with great enthusiasm by corporations, service and professional organizations and hundreds of California schools.

Contact your
local beach manager or the Adopt-A-Beach® program at (800) COAST-4U for more information and an application.


boysgirlseastbeachsb

Boy s and Girls Club “Torch Club” East Beach,
Santa Barbara County

What Educational Materials are available?


Educating our young people is the single most effective strategy for the long term protection and enhancement of the environment.

Thousands of young people have participated in the annual Coastal Cleanup Day and the Adopt-A-Beach
® Program.

Free resources are available for educators who want to engage their students, including
Waves, Wetlands, and Watersheds science activity guide;

the
Save Our Seas curriculum;

the
Marine, Coastal & Watershed Resource Directory;

and an educational
video lending library.

If you would like to just obtain several "community action" activities which tie in to a beach cleanup (and form the final chapter of Waves, Wetlands, and Watersheds), they can be downloaded in
PDF form, with related appendices.


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