OCEAN PLASTIC A to Z

 

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This is an A to Z listing of 'blue growth' media reviews, organizations and ocean projects that are about or designed to bring about economic adjustments that are sustainable for healthier oceans, healthy marine wildlife, biodiversity conservation and a better future for mankind, known collectively as Blue Growth from the work of Gunter Pauli, UN and EU adoptions:-

 

 

4OCEAN - BRACELETS MADE OF RECYCLED PLASTIC

ACIDIFICATION - ACID OCEANS

AEPW - ALLIANCE TO END PLASTIC WASTE

ALPLA - PLASTIC PRODUCTS

ARKEMA SA -

BASF -

BEACH CLEANING - OPERATIONS WORLDWIDE

BEACHES - TOP 100 COASTAL TOWN IN UNITED KINGDOM

BIODIVERSITY - CONVENTION - MOST AT RISK STUDY 2019

BOREALIS -

BOROUGE - ABU DHABI POLYMERS

BOYAN SLAT - THE OCEAN CLEANUP PROJECT

BRASKEM SA -

CHRISTIAN SCHMIDT -

CIRCULAR ECONOMICS - FOR A SUSTAINABLE ECONOMY

CHEVRON PHILLIPS -

CLEETHORPES - BEACH CLEAN JUNE 8 2019

CNCP - CHINA NATIONAL PETROLEUM CORPORATION

CONVENTION ON BIOLOGICAL DIVERSIFICATION - COP1, COP2, COP3, COP4, COP5, COP6, COP7, COP8, COP9, COP10, COP11

                                                                                 - COP12, COP13, COP14, COP15

CORALS - PREFER TO EAT PLATIC

DOW CHEMICALS -

DUPONT -

ENI - ENTE  NAZIONALE INDROCABURI

EXXON MOBIL -

FOOD SECURITY -

FORMOSA PLASTIC CORPORATION -

FOUNDATION - ABOUT CLEANER OCEANS

G20 - GROUP OF TWENTY WEALTHIEST NATIONS

GLOBAL WARMING & CLIMATE CHANGE

HOW DO WE CLEAN PLASTIC FROM OUR OCEANS ?

IMO - INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANIZATION

INEOS GROUP AG - POLYMERS

JENNA JAMBECK

KCET - 6 REASONS FLOATING OCEAN BOOM HORRIBLE IDEA (DEBUNKER) JUNE 2015

KULO LUNA - GRAPHIC NOVEL

LANXESS POLYMERS -

LAURENT LEBRETON -

LG POLYMERS -

LYONDELL BASSELL -

MUNICIPAL WASTE MANAGEMENT -

NAPHTHA

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC - YOUTUBE

NEWS - MEDIA ARTICLES ON OCEAN POLLUTION A TO Z

OCEAN VOYAGES INSTITUTE -

OCEANS - OCEAN A , OCEAN B

OWP - OCEAN WASTE PLASTIC

PETROLEUM - PETROCHEMICALS & CRUDE OIL

PLANET A - PLANET B

PLASTICS - TOP MANUFACTURERS

POLYONE CORPORATION -

PWM - POOR WASTE MANGEMENT

RELIANCE INDUSTRIES -

REPSOL SA -

RISING SEA LEVELS -

RIVERS - INDEX A TO Z

             - TOP 12 MOST POLLUTED @ 2015

SABIC - SAUDI ARABIA BASIC INDUSTRIES

SASOL LIMITED -

SEABIN

SEA LITTER CRITTERS -

SEAS -

SEAVAX - OCEAN CLEANUP PROJECT OVERVIEW

              - FILTRATION SYSTEM

              - MICROFIBER RIVER CLEANING SYSTEM

              - PATENT

              - SOCIAL Vs COMMERCIAL ENTERPRISE

              - SPECIFICATIONS & COST

              - RIVER CLEANSING STRATEGY

SINOPEC -

SUPERMARKETS & FAST FOOD CHAINS - INDEX

TEN 10 TOP TIPS FOR SAVING OUR OCEANS -

TOSOH -

TOTAL SA -

UNITED NATIONS - FOOD & AGRICULTURE ORGANIZATION

                              - SDG14 MARINE CONSERVATION

                              - SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT GOALS

WASTE - MUNICIPAL MANAGEMENT

WORLD OCEANS DAY -

 

 

 

 

BUILD UP - Plastic has accumulated in five ocean hot spots called gyres, see here in this world map derived from information published by 5 Gyres. A sixth gyre is said to be forming in the Arctic ocean.

 

I must go down to the seas again, to the lonely sea and the sky,
And all I ask is a tall ship and a star to steer her by,
And the wheel’s kick and the wind’s song and the white sail’s shaking,
And a grey mist on the sea’s face, and a grey dawn breaking.

 

– John Masefield, “Sea-Fever”

 

 

 

 

 

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