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The Plastic Pandemic

By Joe Brock

- Published on October 5, 2020 by Reuters

Many multinationals have made aggressive commitments to use much larger volumes of recycled plastic in their products - but they haven't come close to any of those goals yet, as the global supply chains for large volumes of good quality recycled content simply do not yet exist.

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The Plastic Pandemic
Socially Distanced Cleanup - Water Rising Festival, Cambodia

By Water Rising Festival

- Published on June 22, 2020 by Ocean Recovery Alliance

In coordination with the national distancing rules, the Water Rising Festival took place in a new "distanced" fashion, empowering and engaging local citizens to help with a new program to complement the lake and river work, but this time for mountains "Pick Me Up, and Bring Me Down". Picking up plastic near the pagodas on the hill and its surroundings, and bringing plastic down to places where it can be carried away and properly disposed of.

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Socially Distanced Cleanup - Water Rising Festival, Cambodia
Anant Fellowship Webinar

By Anant Fellowship, India

- Published on June 16, 2020 by Ocean Recovery Alliance

Recovery of the Ocean - You Can Make a Difference Upstream

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Anant Fellowship Webinar
Feet and Hands, Boats and Dams

By Feet and Hands, Boats and Dams with the Global Alert App

- Published on May 8, 2020 by Ocean Recovery Alliance

Along the Siem Reap River we used our Global Alert app to decide where the hotspots of plastic accumulation were along the river, and then worked with four local villages and their chiefs, along the river, to decide where to put up a series of catchment nets, with the help of the local fishermen. The results were great, and still continue, now bringing pride to the community there for their waters that they are happy to protect.

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Feet and Hands, Boats and Dams
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