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Study Shows Popular Fish Consumed in Hong Kong under Serious Threat

By Winky Leung

- Published on November 3, 2015 by GHC Asia

A new study on the future of fish in the South China Sea reveals that key species consumed in Hong Kong are under serious threat from overfishing and habitat destruction, and unless immediate action is taken it will be too late.

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Ocean Currents and Trash Pull Strings - Environmental Groups Join Hands in Cross Straits Memorandum to Combat Ocean Plastic Pollution

By Ocean Recovery Alliance staff

- Published on September 29, 2015 by Ocean Recovery Alliance staff

The "Clean Oceans 2015 Joint Seminar" ended successfully this month in the National Museum of Marine Science and Technology with a new Memorandum of Engagement on plastic pollution in the ocean.

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Ocean Recovery Alliance and Let’s Do It Philippines Collaborate to Clean the Philippines by Sending a Global Alert for Trash Hotspots

By Ocean Recovery Alliance staff

- Published on August 30, 2015 by Ocean Recovery Alliance staff

On September 20th, 2015, The Sustainable Energy and Enterprise Development for Communities (SEED4COM), the national convener for the “Let´s Do It Philippines” movement, will be partnering with Ocean Recovery Alliance and their powerful online trash mapping tool called Global (www.globalalert.org).

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Designing for Circularity: Global Event Tackles Solutions for a World Where Plastic Is Used, But Without Its Current Footprint

By EurekaAlert

- Published on June 10, 2015 by Hollywood Public Relations

The fourth annual Plasticity Forum took place in Cascais, Portugal over the past two days, with the global event bringing together more than 80 business and industry officials, sustainability experts, plastic producers and users, innovators, government representatives and other though leaders to discuss innovative solutions to the growing plastic problem facing our land and marine environments.

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