1. Global Ocean TV - June 1, 2015


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    Global Ocean TV, the official television channel of the world's oceans, is brought to you by The TerraMar Project. Expand the comments section for the transcript and links to stories: ‪http://theterramarproject.org/thedailycatch‬‬‬‬‬‬ Transcript: In honor of National Oceans Month in the United States, I am pleased to welcome you to TerraMar Ocean News, brought to you by The TerraMar Project. I am today’s host, Rob Foos. Here are today’s headlines: 200,000 Illegal Shark Fins Confiscated during Raids in Ecuador The Ocean Cleanup To Launch World’s First Plastic Pollution Collector in 2016 Historical Studies of Great Barrier Reef by Catlin Seaview Survey Crucial to UNESCO Decision World Oceans Day Check out these stories in The Daily Catch and be sure to tune back in tomorrow for the best river, lake, and ocean news from around the world.

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    • Dr. Robert Ballard on Marine Debris


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        from Life Out Of Plastic - L.O.O.P. Added 259 1 0

        Por cuarto año consecutivo se sumaron los vecinos de Santa María del Mar al Campeonato de Buceo y Recolección de Basura Marina. Bajo condiciones de lluvia y viento, los 21 participantes retiraron 221kg de basura marina de la bahía. Gracias a PAEZ shoes y RKF por los premios. Organizado por: L.O.O.P. SAC Video por: Sebastian Vereau Films

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        • More than Scientists - Marcus Eriksen


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          My work on plastics in the world's oceans shares the same origin as climate change. It's all about exploiting fossil fuels for energy (CO2) and chemistry (plastic). We live in an age of over-consumption with no responsibility for outcomes. We must enter the Age of Restoration for our collective quality of life.

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          • Marine Debris Hazard


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            The effects of Marine Debris. A California Sealion struggles in vain to have a line removed from its neck. Please think twice before discarding a piece of fishing line or rope into the ocean. This can be the consequence.

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            • Don't toss it aside


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              We talk about VI pride, but the proof is on the street! Show your pride, don't toss it aside.

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              • Linda Oldenburg Show at The Broward Art Guild 2015


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                Paintings on marine debris

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                • Introducing Marine Debris in the Turks and Caicos


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                  Beautiful Nation sails to Providenciales, in the Turks and Caicos, to share the research of the Plastic Ocean Project with high school students, and to share solutions to reduce the impact of marine debris. The students are part of an environmental club that works with the Department of Environment and Maritime Affairs to conduct beach and wetlands clean-ups in their community. Tonia shares resources from BNP partner organization One More Generation, a youth nonprofit for wildlife conservation.

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                  • ExplorOcean Introduces H20 SOS- Operation Marine Debris


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                    This video shows the learning experiences and programs that led to the development and introduction of our new program: H20 SOS- Operation: Marine Debris. We are currently piloting, recruiting students, and raising funding for this program and will have our official launch in the 2015-2016 school year. Schools, clubs, scout groups, etc., are invited to apply participate. Please e-mail education@explorocean.org for more information. To learn more about all of our programs, public education events, school programs, underwater and coastal clean-up events, and more, please visit our website www.explorocean.org or e-mail us to subscribe to our newsletter.

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