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Written by Jo Ruxton Ten years ago this summer marks our first journey to the ‘so-called’ Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Ready to film for our documentary A Plastic Ocean, we joined a team of scientists expecting to encounter a vast island of floating plastic “twice the size of Texas”. On the 1,500 mile journey to the centre of[…]

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By changing habits we can reduce our reliance on single use plastics. Since we began, we estimate that our customers have prevented at least 1 billion single use water bottles from being used and disposed of. Thankyou. We are making a difference together. We regularly publish ways to reduce the plastic habit and prevent pollution.[…]

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Whales Are Facing a Crisis Created By Humans. Can We Help Save Them? Jan 09, 2019 Arguably as one of Earth’s most fascinating animals, whales have long held a place of awe and reverence in our psyche. They’ve featured in countless works of fiction and fantasy. From 1851s Moby Dick (a sperm whale) to 1986s[…]

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