International Coastal Cleanup 2011 Data Results Released

For more than a quarter of a century, volunteers with Ocean Conservancy's International Coastal Cleanup have picked up everything imaginable along the world's shorelines: cigarette butts, food wrappers, and even the proverbial kitchen sink. These passionate ocean lovers not only pick up trash that endangers the health of humans, wildlife, and coastal economies, they count every item as well. The resulting item-by-item, location-by-location Ocean Trash Index provides an invaluable snapshot of just what's out there, and helps inform lasting solutions (Ocean Conservancy 2011). Check out >>> the Trash Index

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  1. Good day, I'm JoseMargo Flores. I'd like to share an advocacy I have of not using plastic straws. I call this movement the "No Straw, Please"

    This campaign is still on its birth phase, but I have plans of expanding this little by little. If successful, I envision a cleaner Philippines for us to live in.

    I made a short video as a start of this movement, if you can please share it to your audience, it can really help us.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=I0FC8ZJdkh8

    Also, you can access my blog, http://josemargotravels.blogspot.com/2012/07/no-straw-please.html for more info.

    Thank you, and let's help our country to be a better place to live in. :)

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