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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — May 9, 2017

Peace Out Plastic!āœŒšŸ¼Partner with me and check out morethansport.org/KaiLenny to get an awesome shirt and hat. Take a stand for our oceans and continue the fight to remove trash and plastics. The ocean is our playground, let's keep it alive! Thank you for raising awareness šŸŒŠšŸ’¦šŸ šŸ‹šŸ¬šŸ”šŸ¦ˆšŸ¦‘

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Feb 28, 2017

Everything is coming together for the V5 HYBRID. Susana seen here prototyping the catch bag filter. The fabric used is sustainable, reusable and compostable! Plus it catches micro and macro plastics! šŸ™ŒšŸ™Œ

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

I only drink šŸ’¦šŸ˜‹šŸ˜Žunfortunately it is so full of šŸŒŠ/ Please do not use toothpaste or cosmetics šŸ’„šŸ’…with microplastic, also if it is not yet forbidden in your country

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Mar 29, 2017

Turns out it's still winter around these hoodz... Which is great, all I can do is to work on my thesis šŸ“– šŸ¤“

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Apr 19, 2017

Make a stand with me for our oceans and continue the fight to remove trash and single-use plastics from our most precious source of life. check out morethansport.org/KaiLenny to get your shirt and hat. cheers mate

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Apr 25, 2017

Our WA volunteer has been testing sand samples on the southwest coast for plastic micro fibres. In every single sample, she found multiple microscopic plastic fibres and particles. Crazy times... āž–

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 21, 2017

This is what 20 minutes on less than 100 metres of 'pristine' beach looks like. Cigarette butts, water bottle caps, soft plastic packaging, tampon applicators, hundreds of tiny fragments of hard plastic and way, way too many nurdles/other microplastics. Plastic is ubiquitous in the world's oceans, and it is posing great risks to humans and wildlife. What kind of plastics can YOU eliminate from your life? I challenge you to be a mindful consumer - small changes make big differences!

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Feb 13, 2017

Long time ocean activist with a bounty of trash collected from the island of Oahu, Hawaii with photographer

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Apr 16, 2017

Remember to bring home everything you took with you to the beach this weekend to eliminate the growing problem of microplastics. šŸ‘

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 23, 2017

Every piece of plastic we remove from our beaches makes a positive impact. šŸŒŠ All this was found within a short 100m walk and it took the twins and I just 10mins. Will you ?

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 23, 2017

Back at this evening, haven't even made it to the rocks at the end of the beach where I pulled buckets of and I find this piece of and šŸ‘ŽšŸ¼

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 23, 2017

Scientists predict there will be more plastic in the ocean than fish by 2050. Plastics are becoming a part of the oceanic food chain and integrated into the tissues that many of us eat for dinner: seafood fillets šŸŸ. It's important for all of us to do our part in preventing plastic pollution, starting with refusing to buy plastic water bottles, bringing your own bags to the grocery and not putting produce into small plastic bags. These little things, when done by billions of people, make a big difference. PC: . . . . love minded

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 23, 2017

ā € Last year in Melbourne, Australia we were lucky enough to get out on the boat with Neil Blake, the Baykeeper of Port Phillip Bay. The bay is surrounded by a dense urban sprawl, which contrasts - and compromises - its population of seals, dolphins and whales. The bay faces an overwhelming plastic pollution problem, and Neil is on a mission to stop that. Here he is using a trawl to collect samples of microplastics, one of many tools he uses to research and educate the public on the importance of and threats to the bay. Neil is part of the Waterkeeper Alliance, an expansive network of people working to protect the waters close to them - is there one near you? Check out http://buff.ly/2tk0ST4 to find out!ā € .ā € .ā € .ā € .ā € .ā € alliance

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

It's the small stuff that counts. Tiny trash, BIG impact!

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

I only drink šŸ’¦šŸ˜‹šŸ˜Žunfortunately it is so full of šŸŒŠ/ Please do not use toothpaste or cosmetics šŸ’„šŸ’…with microplastic, also if it is not yet forbidden in your country

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

Holiday & BBQ & Mikromuovit 60-luvulta

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

The first of many. A beautiful piece of art produced entirely from ocean plastics by our very own Olympian,

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

project///Day 4 Only 1% of the plastic that we discard ends up on the beaches or landfills, where the other 99% ends up is still unknown. Students from and build an installation that aim to make visible this 99% of that are lost in the ////with , and

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

Enough pressure is felt from habitat loss, over exploitation and climate change. Lets stop adding to this list. Check out "Midway: a message from the Gyre," by Chris Jordan, an incredible documentary on the realities of our plastic addiction. Photo Credit: green4ema

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 22, 2017

WIth so much public concern regarding the plastic pollution in the Bay of Palma area we went out yesterday to document some of it! Single use items such as plastic cups, plates, balloons, ribbons & plastic ring holders for cans that had not been in the water for long are likely to have come from nearby. Other items that had begun photo-degradation such as construction items, sweet wrappers with arabic writing, French made dog poo bag & an Armani Jeans plastic bag may have travelled long distances to reach our shores! The Microplastic situation was dire too!

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 21, 2017

Rob Arnold sharing his words of wisdom. Many thanks again to Rob and the Rameshead Peninsula Beach Care for sharing their expertise. Go check out some of Robs art

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 21, 2017

Karma will be rewarded in the form of a sausage and egg bap šŸ³, requests are welcome :)

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 21, 2017

Harrowing scenes at Whitsand bay last week, let's stop these getting back out to the ocean whilst we can! If any more hands are interested in joining in, please let us know :)

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 21, 2017

This is the plastic footprint from two pair of training socks and a training bra. Ever stopped and thought about where a year of purchase which you don't recycle ultimately can end up? There has to be a better way to price tag. As consumers we actually do have power! I challenge you to be an innovator also in this.

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on Hastag #microplastics Instagram Photo — Jun 21, 2017

"This is microplastic. This is the detritus that remains after pieces of plastic enter the world's oceans. Plastic doesn't biodegrade but it does break apart into ever tinier pieces until it eventually becomes microscopic. This microplastic washed ashore onto Kamilo Beach, Hawaii is from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch and may have been swirling in our oceans for decades. This microplastic is a huge cause for alarm for our planet and our species as it becomes available to be consumed by all manner of living creatures, infecting the food chain from the bottom up." . . . Scientists estimate that by 2050, there will be more plastic in the ocean than marine life, and there are already more in the ocean than stars in the Milky Way. šŸ¬šŸ™šŸ³šŸŒŠāœØ

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