The Ocean Cleanup the Dutch non-profit organization, successfully catches plastic in Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
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Take a look how Sweden actually turns its garbage into energy.
The Ocean Cleanup announces plastic trash collection from the Pacific garbage patch, next year.
Scientists develop model to simulate track of floating debris, helping to explain how garbage patches form in the world’s oceans.
The amount of garbage littering the ocean seems to be disappearing, a new study suggests.
A shocking amount of garbage consisting of plastic bags, bottles, nets and a lot more, been found in a new survey of the seafloor.
The Great Pacific Garbage Patch starts a few hundred miles off the coast of North America and ends a few hundred miles off the coast
‘Plastic Garbage Guarding the Museum’ by Spanish art collective Luzinterruptus, glow like lamps, part of the ‘Oh, Plastiksacki’ exhibition at the Gewerbemuseum in northern Switzerland.
This unbelievable city piled high with trash is a real place called Garbage City, outside of Cairo in Egypt. It’s populated by a community of
Ocean Cleanup mission one completed by returning to shore the first plastic catch.