Microplastics in the Ocean: Emergency or Exaggeration?

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“Microplastics in the Ocean: Emergency or Exaggeration?” is the title of a sold out October 15, 2019 event that will be webcast free on Facebook Live https://www.whoi.edu/event/morss-colloquium-microplastics-in-the-ocean-emergency-or-exaggeration-the-science-of-ocean-plastic-pollution-laying-the-foundation-for-solutions/ being held at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution in Woods Hole, Massachusetts – The Keynote Presentation, “The Science of Ocean Plastic Pollution: Laying the Foundation for Solutions” will be presented by Dr. Kara Lavender Law, a faculty member at Sea Education Association, where she studies the distribution of plastic marine debris driven by ocean physics and the degradation and ultimate fate of plastics in the ocean – Her presentation will be followed by a Panel Discussion on “International Perspectives on Marine Microplastics Research” – Summarized by Jack Cooper of the Animal Digestible Food Packaging Initiative www.adfpi.orgJLC@adfpi.org – Text to 301 384 8287 #SingleUsePlastics #FoodPackaging #PlasticWaste #PlasticPackaging #MicroPlastic #NanoPlastic