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All You Can Eat - Plastic Buffet

By Doug Woodring

- Published on February 7, 2020 by Expat Life in Thailand

The issue of marine litter has finally become “household” discussion around the world, helped by images of all types of ocean wildlife being impacted by plastic of different sizes. This means that we no longer need to explain “why” it matters, but instead, we can go directly into discussions of how they (as a company or government) can make a difference in reducing their plastic footprint.

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All You Can Eat - Plastic Buffet
Plastic Buffet: Both China and the U.S. Have the Opportunity to Innovate on Plastic

By Doug Woodring and Steve Wong

- Published on February 4, 2020 by Harbour Times

Two weeks ago marked a watershed moment for the reduction in plastic pollution in China, the world’s biggest consumer. Though the news has been overshadowed by other recent events, China’s move to reduce the use of single-use plastic is another positive vector supporting the global momentum that is building to slow retail consumption of a material which is often overused and unnecessary.

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Plastic Buffet: Both China and the U.S. Have the Opportunity to Innovate on Plastic
The Soul of Business - Saving our Ocean

By Claressa Monteiro with Doug Woodring

- Published on January 6, 2020 by Money FM - Singapore

Join Claressa Monteiro, as she speaks to Douglas Woodring, Founder of Ocean Recovery Alliance about the environmental problems our oceans currently face and the major problems that could arise if not addressed soon. He also shares the steps his organisation has taken to amend the damage caused by sea pollution.

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The Soul of Business - Saving our Ocean
Ocean Waste Whale Sculpture “Skyscraper” Begins Asian Tour To Raise Awareness About Plastic Crisis

By Sally Ho

- Published on December 18, 2019 by Green Queen

A sculpture made from recovered ocean plastic waste and steel support, “Skyscraper” (The Bruges Whale) has begun its Asian Migration Tour in collaboration with Ocean Recovery Alliance, starting in Singapore at the ArtScience Museum of Marina Bay Sands. Designed by Jason Klimoski and Lesley Chang from New York’s StudioKCA, the 4-storey tall piece was inspired by the “liquid city” of the ocean and was created for the 2018 Bruges Triennial using over 5 tonnes of plastic waste collected by the Hawaii Wildlife Fund. The aim of the Asian tour installation, titled “Have we breached the limit?” is to show the severity of the ocean plastic crisis, and motivate change in our everyday consumption habits.

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Ocean Waste Whale Sculpture “Skyscraper” Begins Asian Tour To Raise Awareness About Plastic Crisis
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