plastic pollution – phase III kickstarter
As we continue to unfold the story of the Penobscot Watershed in Maine and discover more about the importance of free-flowing rivers, we are happy to share some new developments in the next phase of 70 Degrees West.
We are in the planning stages of our next phase – Plastic Pollution in the Sargasso Sea. As we research deeper into this issue, we are continually shocked and deeply troubled by what is happening in our oceans on a global level. With an estimated 7 million tons of trash dumped into the oceans each year, it’s important to understand what’s happening and how we each play a role in affecting the state of our oceans; either adding to their degradation, or supporting their health. Every year this threat to both human and marine life gets worse, and something must be done now before it’s too late.
Please have a look at our Kickstarter video – AND SPREAD THE WORD! To all of our fans and followers who appreciate our project and the work it produces: WE NEED YOUR HELP. We are asking you to share this link with your community and social network in order to help us raise the money we need to complete our next phase!
Please click on the image below – you will be directed to our Kickstarter project where you can learn more!
We are continually motivated by our blogging community, and each of you have kept us pushing onward despite numerous obstacles. A huge “Thank You” from both of us to all of you! We look forward to continuing this journey and sharing it with you as our Plastic Pollution project takes shape.