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Plastic Waste and the Challenge it Represents

By Pearl Liu

- Published on May 5, 2016 by China Daily

Interview with Doug Woodring, founder of Ocean Recovery Alliance, about the increase in our plastic consumption, the staggering marine plastic problem and why plastic recycling is so complex, but creates business opportunities.

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Plastic Waste and the Challenge it Represents
Net Benefit Analysis on Sustainable Plastic Solutions

By Trucost

- Published on May 3, 2016 by Trucost

Trucost has issued a release about their Net Benefit Analysis research on scaling up sustainable plastic for environmental savings of up $3.5 billion for just two industry sectors. The report recommends valuing net benefits of scaling up of current recycling policies by companies and governments, as the positive externalities created by making long-term sustainability decisions can bring a large impact to the communities that are served by such decisions.

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Net Benefit Analysis on Sustainable Plastic Solutions
Global Alert Platform/App Launch - Times Square NY

By Wall Street Select

- Published on April 20, 2016 by Wall Street Select

The Global Alert platform/app is now being highlighted in Times Square to tens of thousands of people per day, bringing attention to the issue of plastic in our ocean. The Global Alert platform is a tool that all of us can use within our own local communities in order to be part of the solution. The sum of all the parts will help to bring broad-based improvements on a global scale. Global Alert will shape the way that communities play an integral role in bettering their environments; inspiring cooperation, collaboration and solutions.

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Global Alert Platform/App Launch - Times Square NY
Engaged Brands

By Doug Woodring

- Published on April 18, 2016 by Wharton Journal

We often forget that the economy is a 100% subsidiary of the environment, and that this relationship dictates the health of our economy. Our actions seem to suggest otherwise, however, with much of our global consumption coming at the expense of the environment, and a lack of perceived need to keep our “planetary bank” intact.

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Engaged Brands
 

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