"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 -


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“ ALBATROSS FLORIDA ”


in Cooperation with
"ALBATROSS" anti Plastic Pollution "Action" Project 2012-2020

unknown-3-2 Coordinator of “Albatross”


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Non-food stomach content found in a northern fulmar bird in a University of British Columbia study is shown in a handout photo.

Researchers at the University of B.C. say plastic pollution off the Pacific coast has reached the level of the notoriously polluted North Sea.


Plastic found in the stomach of some birds included twine, candy wrappers and Styrofoam which reached five per cent of their body weight. -

THE CANADIAN PRESS/HO-Stephanie Avery-Gomm, UBC
Read more:
/www.timescolonist.com/technology/Seabirds Washington Oregon coast eating bellyfuls plastic study/


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Sea otter pup encased in a single-use plastic bag. Fortunately mom was able to remove the bag before the pup suffocated.
Source seaotters.com

* Plastic Pollutes!

* Plastic pollution is considered one of the worst problems impacting the health of our oceans.

* When we trash our ocean, we're trashing the very life-support system that provides us food, water and oxygen. Marine debris isn't just an eyesore, it's dangerous.

* It degrades the ocean environment, harms countless marine mammals and birds, and poses serious risks to our personal and economic health.

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“News and information about rivers is important because a stream is only as healthy as the land it flows through,” Gillies said.


“We may be limiting our reporting to rivers, but that coverage will inherently reflect the quality of the wider environment.”

“People should learn about their watersheds and not make uniformed judgments, Protecting our rivers starts with being knowledgeable and notrelying on word-of-mouth or assuming the conditions of the water.” ” says McGlashen.


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