Wilhelm Myrer from empower.eco

Listen to the podcast episode . Welcome to the Pristine Ocean podcast. I'm your host Peter Hall. In the podcast, we talked to people and projects around the world, tackling…

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Marcos Bulacio from Pangea

Pristine Ocean  Rivers. They are nature's conveyor belts powered by the pull of the moon. They run tirelessly day and night pumping not only water but also trash into the…

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Citizen Science

Seán Lynch from OpenLitterMap Seán from OpenLitterMap  And that day I remember it very well. My interest just shifted dramatically because up until that point I was interested in video games. …

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Charity Tokens

CleanOcean Pristine Ocean Charity Tokens Pristine Ocean You might have heard about some amazing stories about crypto currencies in the last few months. Stories about a currency shooting up to…

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Breaking the Plastic Wave

Offset your plastic usage Breaking the Plastic Wave Pristine Ocean This is the Pristine Ocean Podcast. The podcast that showcases people, projects and ideas that address the problem of marine plastic litter.  Plastic has a Jekill and Hyde character. Before the moment of consumption is a model citizen providing hygiene, longer food life and lower transport costs.  A moment after consumption, it becomes a worthless. Owned and loved by no one. …

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Lombok Ocean Care

Lombok Ocean Care with Sakinah Pristine Ocean Welcome to the Pristine Ocean podcast. I'm your host, Peter Hall. The podcast talks to people around the world fighting the scourge of marine plastic litter.  Sakinah My God, people hate me because I'm always posting this pictures of of the rubbish container and send it to all government officials and all these WhatsApp groups and complaining too.  Pristine Ocean Maybe you've been thinking of visiting the country of Indonesia.  Although Bali is the destination of choice for many people, you might also consider the island of Lombok right next door.  Not so many tourists with friendly and relaxed locals.  You might be interested in pink sand beaches, old temples, rain forests, animals to observe, and the best snorkelling and diving, then Lombok might be your dream destination.  But like many item locations in Southeast Asia, Lombok’s waste disposal systems…

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Beach Cleanup – Malaysia

Beach Cleanup Malaysia Beach Cleanups don't keep beaches clean. Beach cleanups don't keep beaches clean. People keep beaches clean.https://www.facebook.com/weloveourbeachandwildlife/https://www.facebook.com/BeachcleanupK/https://www.facebook.com/beachcleanuppenang/https://www.facebook.com/teamupandcleanup/ Dr. Valarmathy (Vala)  Doing nothing and just complaining about it, you…

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Clean Surf Project

The aim of the Clean Surf Project is to create awareness to the devastating results of littering especially plastic and polystyrene products and the impact it has on our ocean…

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MY Clean Beach

Today we are visiting the beach cleanup project run by our friend Geeva in Malaysia.  Geeva has created an impressive project to keep the beaches around Malaysia clean. But more…

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