Let’s Talk About Our Oceans

Topic of Discussion: Plastic Bags Jackson Miles, Ocean and Co. Blogger  This blog post marks the first of a series that seeks to inform readers on the hazardous, environmental impacts of specific single-use plastics. In this first edition, we will discuss...
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Grace C. Young, an Oceanic Engineer Making a Difference Photo by Allegra Boverman Jackson Miles, Ocean and Co. Blogger  Meet Grace C. Young. Grace graduated from MIT with a degree in Mechanical and Oceanic Engineering and received a PhD from Oxford...
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Headline Announcement Jackson Miles Ocean and Co. Blogger  Let’s Change the Tide Together! Plastics and other forms of waste continue to find their way into our oceans and the only way to ensure the planet’s oceanic longevity is for humanity...
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Every day, we take grand liberties in taking for granted the planet’s extraordinary, underwater ecosystems. There are more obvious reasons for the degeneration of coral reefs; these include rising global temperatures, global warming, etc. However, the steady flow of plastics into our oceans is phenomenon we can directly prevent. Choosing to reuse is a vital first step in preserving the essential life of our oceanic ecosystems.

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