Cada año, la contaminación por plástico mata a más de 100.000 criaturas marinas pic.twitter.com/GGNmMMv026
Everyday Objects Photographed to Look Like Sea Creatures
One image in photographer Kim Preston's series "Plastic Pacific," which uses everyday household items to draw attention to the growing plastic pollution in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
Just saying, maybe you have one less beer this week and somebody else somewhere in the world gets water if you put the money there instead. Small changes are what change the world. Never doubt your role.
Eco posters by Timur Mukhametzyanov, via Behance
Surfers Against Sewage, against the pollution of the sea.
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Plastic Objects Photographed to Look Like Sea Creatures
This series is called Plastic Pacific, and it features plastic objects we see and use everyday, only they are made to look very much like the sea creatures they are killing.
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This 30-foot long and 8-foot in diameter jellyfish piece is made from marine debris found on the beaches of Homer during multiple community beach cleanup projects. Homer High School is borrowing the jellyfish and other pieces of marine debris art from the Center for Alaskan Coastal Studies to use as prom decorations April 9. Photo provided
Surfers Against Sewage: Serpent This year the ocean's biggest killer will be the rubbish you leave behind. Help us protect our precious coastlines, marine animals and seabirds and join a SAS beach clean near you.