Friday, May 21, 2010
Our plastic problem is our oil problem
If oil drilling leaks, tar sands and tanker spills ain't enough for you, there is Plastic Pollution! A terrible blight on our planet. It makes me feel that the plastic producers and executives should be paying to clean up the worlds oceans first and foremost! The United Nations should consider holding these executives accountable for crimes against humanity. Why are we not investing every resource imaginable in clean energy and a sustainable future for the planet?
Our Today is Forever.
Our plastic problem is our oil problem.
PLASTIC - from production and distribution to consumption and pollution.
It all comes from the same stuff, crude.
This video is sickening and may break your heart!
- set to Queen's Who Wants ...To Live Forever.
JOIN the Sunshine Coast's own Pebble in the Pond Environmental Society to find ways to eliminate plastic: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Pebble-in-the-Pond-Environmental-Society/10150151083275156?ref=ts PIP was started by a group of like-minded individuals in Powell River, BC in 2008 who were horrified when they learned of the plastic gyres in the world's oceans and decided that although they were small, like pebbles, they really could do something.
Plastic Pollution Coalition
5 Gyres is dedicated to understanding plastic marine pollution through exploration, education, and action. Facebook Page: http://www.facebook.com/5gyres
Fake Plastic Fish
Fake plastic fish are cute... but if we keep filling our oceans with plastic, they could be the only kind we have left. Join me on Fake Plastic Fish and learn to live life without new plastic. http://fakeplasticfish.com/
The GP2 Project - Cleaning Up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
On behalf of our Oceans, we are expanding our reach around the World to clean plastic, waste & chemicals from our Oceans & give our future a Healthy & Vibrant Planet & Oceans. *Our mission includes having the resources & collaborations for clean-ups
Sunshine Coast BC Canada facebook fan page
It's Always a Good Day on the Sunshine Coast! Duane