[Pictures] Plastic waste in Pacific Ocean washed up on Hawaii beach

[Pictures] Plastic waste in Pacific Ocean washed up on Hawaii beach | ecogreenlove
Photograph: Sophie Thomas

“Plastics are now one of the most common pollutants of ocean waters worldwide. Pushed by winds, tides and currents, plastic particles collect with other debris and merge into large swirling accumulation zones, known to oceanographers as gyres.”

See all the pictures fromย Plastic waste in Pacific Ocean washed up on Hawaii beach – in pictures on Guardian Sustainable Business by The Guardian.

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Green Documentaries: Addicted to Plastic

Directed by Ian Connacher
Produced by Cryptic Moth Productions
Camera: Ian Connacher, Gad Reichman
Music Supervision: Oliver Johnson courtesy of the Hive
Editors: Martyn Iannece, Gad Reichman, Kevin Rollins

Addicted to Plastic reveals the history and worldwide scope of plastics pollution, investigates its toxicity and explores solutions.

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Decomposition rates of common marine debris items

Let’s start reusing this items and prevent more trash and contamination of our seas!

Infographic resource here