Explore Marine Debris, Oceans, and more!

Figur som viser hvor lang tid det tar før ulike typer avfall brytes ned i naturen.

This is an estimated decomposition rates of a common marine debris items. A reminder for us to recycle our waste everyday.

Great Pacific Garbage Patch

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch in a nutshell.

Operation SeaNet, map of the world showing the 6 main ocean gyres

Save the Earth. Do Something.

we are the only one who can save our mother earth, so we must think before we act and we must start to act now before its too late. tips to help save our mother earth-infographics

Saving the earth one turtle at a time.

Saving the earth one turtle at a time. You see the difference a turtle does not. Plastic bags vs jelly fish in the ocean.

International Coastal Cleanup Month: How PADI Diving Society & Project AWARE…

Infographic: The Unbelievable Scale of Marine Trash

What is the impact of our plastic use on the ocean's animal life? A new infographic from Project AWARE sheds a bit of light on the sheer scale of the problem, and the incredible number of animals affected by our plastic problem.

Free printable recycling game for kids. Just print the template, cut the tokens and play! Good for introducing the recycling basics.

Printable Recycling Game

September 2015 Theme: Cubservation - Free printable recycling game for kids. Just print the template, cut the tokens and play! Good for introducing the recycling basics and also as an Earth day activity for kids.

Excessive eating (Chris Jordan/Stephanie Levy) http://www.blog.designsquish.com/index.php?/site/plastics_dont_disintegrate/

MIDWAY FILM is raising funds for Join the Midway Film Project! on Kickstarter! MIDWAY is a powerful visual journey into the heart of an astonishingly symbolic environmental tragedy.

Hola: Una infografía sobre Ecoturismo en Costa Rica. https://ticsyformacion.com/2014/09/27/ecoturismo-en-costa-rica-infografia-infographic-tourism/

Ecoturismo en Costa Rica #infografia #infographic #tourism

less boats more fish poster

“Less boats, more fish" Greenpeace’s message to over 600 global tuna industry officials meeting in Bangkok. We need fewer boats, more fish if the fishing indstry and our oceans are to survive.

I like this A LOT.  Everything is spelled out.  Programs like this should exist at more schools/businesses

It's great to know that all our thermal bags are recyclable as LDPE which is number There is no need to separate it, you can just drop the entire bag (including the handle) into any recycling bin that accepts plastic items in category

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