These students at MAST Academy in Key Biscayne, Florida were so enthusiastic about fighting plastic pollution. We discussed (i) the history and different types of plastic, (ii) the different life cycles of plastic, (iii) plastic pollution to inter-coastal habitats, (iv) plastic technology, (v) synthetic-plastic alternatives, and (vi) some clever ways to clean plastic currently in the ocean.
Learn a little bit about a closed loop system where plastic is recycled and re-purposed. These ECO Bottles are a triple threat! They remove plastic from the ocean, recycle that plastic into a useful form, and replace 80 to 100 single use plastic bottles.
Attorney, philanthropist, husband and father, avid boating and SUP enthusiast, and environmentalist.
Focuses on ocean conservatory
Commercial Pilot Flight Instructor, attorney, researcher, environmentalist.
Focuses on synthetic plastic alternatives.
Attorney, husband and father, musician, environmental activist.
Focuses on social and governmental affairs.
Environmental activist and researcher. Focuses on green architecture and design. Environmental art and fashion.
Attorney, husband, father, Certified Master Gardener, and Horticulturist .
Attorney, environmental activist, organic farmer, and rare fruit aficionado.
Attorney, father, and nature-lover. Aric serves as ECO's west coast representation. Focused on intellectual property and environmental technology mergers and acquisitions.
Environmental activist with a master's degree in International Relations. Drake's focus is to prevent and reverse climate change through the use of renewable energies.
Peter is an Apiarist from Florida who started his own honey company called Suwannee Sweet. Bees play a critical role in Earth's Ecosystem, including pollinating roughly half of all human crops which need pollination.
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(1) Research the effects of human beings on the global homeostasis;
(2) Research the causes and effects of greenhouse gas emissions and the solutions to climate change;
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(5) Prevent and reverse habitat loss;
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This beautiful glider has no engine, no battery, and uses no fuel. It flies by catching thermal updrafts just like a soaring bird. Because the glider makes no sound, you can fly with the birds without disturbing them; they must think you are one giant funny looking bird! What an amazing way to bond nature and Earth's natural forces.
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