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Boyan Slat's Ocean Cleanup takes to the air to count plastic trash in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch

by LiveModern Webmaster last modified Oct 04, 2016 01:07 AM
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by Cat DiStasio last modified Oct 03, 2016

Dutch-born Boyan Slat was just 19 years old when he developed a net-like device to collect and sort trash from the ocean. Three years later, the Ocean Cleanup Project is gearing up to take on one of the biggest messes on the planet: the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, the world’s largest marine trash vortex which spans an area larger than the size of Texas. Slat and his team are in the midst of an aerial survey of the floating island of debris, with a specific focus on “ghost nets,” the name given...






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