Midway Island, North Pacific Ocean, Unbelievable Trash!


Image credit  Bonnie Monteleone

We need to do something about this plastic problem. Plastic is not natural, it is man made and plastic floats and chokes the environment. It disrupts the food chain. If many people around the globe will pull together a difference can be made. Start at home … Pick up the plastic on the beaches and the streets … Pick up the plastic out of the storm drains and sewer grates ..Refuse plastic bags …Every little bit helps…..ANOTHER WAY TO SAVE THE EARTH..


The Biggest Dump in the World
What is the Great Pacific Ocean Garbage Patch?
Are We Witnessing the Death of Our Planet?
Pacific Ocean garbage patch worries researchers
The world’s rubbish dump stretches from Hawaii to Japan
Plastic Trash in Oceans May Be ‘Vastly’ Underestimated
‘Great Pacific Garbage Patch’ Plastic Has Increased Hundredfold Since the 1970s
A Passion to Clean up the Pacific Ocean’s Great ‘Garbage Patch’

See for yourself…

 If you want to help please go to this website:  www.plasticoceanproject.org
English: This Laysan Albatross chick has been ...

English: This Laysan Albatross chick has been accidentally fed plastic by its parents and died as a result. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

7 Responses to “Midway Island, North Pacific Ocean, Unbelievable Trash!”

  1. […] Midway Island, North Pacific Ocean, Unbelievable Trash! (theboldcorsicanflame.wordpress.com) […]

  2. Reblogged this on spiritandanimal.wordpress.com and commented:
    another blog Shows the unbelievable trash in North Pacific Ocean:

  3. […] Midway Island, North Pacific Ocean, Unbelievable Trash! (theboldcorsicanflame.wordpress.com) […]

  4. What can I do to help?

    • theboldcorsicanflame Says:

      Sorry to say but it is beyond repair, it would take a lot of people, politicians and means to do something. But thanks for caring, it’s more than most people do. Best regards

  5. Hello, Glad to have found your site. I was hoping though that you would be willing to credit the artist, Bonnie Monteleone, for your first picture. It is part of her “What Goes Around Comes Around” traveling art show. You can find out more about us at http://www.plasticoceanproject.org And although it is a daunting challenge we are hopeful that with the right amount of persons, outreach, funding and determination, we can repair the damage to the oceans.

    • theboldcorsicanflame Says:

      Hi I posted your comment. I didn’t know about the artist Bonnie Monteleone sorry. I hope you succeed in repairing part of the damage to the oceans. Thanks for dropping by. Best to you; BCF

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