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Grate Art Project Launches in Hong Kong

By Ocean Recovery Alliance

- Published on August 12, 2016 by Ocean Recovery Alliance staff

Grate Art is a project that incorporates Art for Awareness in any city or town, to remind people that drains flow to the ocean, or our rivers and lakes. The message from 8 local and Chinese artists in this case, on ceramic plaques, is not to dump in the drains (or the grates).

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Grate Art Project Launches in Hong Kong
Global Alert Platform - Marine Litter News

By Doug Woodring

- Published on July 23, 2016 by Marine Litter News

China is moving towards a circular economy for plastic, so let’s fast forward to a slowing economy in China, but one that is rapidly modernizing its methods of production, building new sectors that are leading in innovation, and even becoming robotic. Its resources are stretched, but now oil prices are low and are likely to stay that way for some time due to the decentralized oil pricing that fracking has brought to the equation, as well as the economies of scale that are now unfolding in the space of renewables, batteries, electric cars and the movement of smart money away from carbon-focused entities.

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Global Alert Platform - Marine Litter News
Hong Kong Beaches Covered in Trash

By James Griffiths

- Published on July 7, 2016 by CNN

Residents from Hong Kong, Cheng Chau and Lantau islands have shared photos and videos showing trash strewn across beaches and floating in the water. There is a tragedy happening in Hong Kong now, and effectively a solidified 'oil spill' of trash/plastic washing up on Hong Kong's beaches.....

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Hong Kong Beaches Covered in Trash
Plastic, China, and Going Circular

By Doug Woodring

- Published on June 14, 2016 by China Water Risk

China is moving towards a circular economy for plastic, so let’s fast forward to a slowing economy in China, but one that is rapidly modernizing its methods of production, building new sectors that are leading in innovation, and even becoming robotic. Its resources are stretched, but now oil prices are low and are likely to stay that way for some time due to the decentralized oil pricing that fracking has brought to the equation, as well as the economies of scale that are now unfolding in the space of renewables, batteries, electric cars and the movement of smart money away from carbon-focused entities.

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Plastic, China, and Going Circular
 

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