Ocean Garbage Cleanup

Ocean Garbage Cleanup

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You’ve likely heard of these huge worldwide issues going on like climate change or mass deforestation, but have you ever heard of the Great Pacific Garbage Patch? It’s a huge island of garbage that’s surface is 3 times the size of France. It’s natural if you haven’t, as it hasn’t been the main subject of attention for years, and most have heavily overlooked the topic. But now, we’ll be filling you in on this massively detrimental case, and how it could affect humanity’s future for years to come.


One of the major setbacks to this problem is the fact that not many people have been paying attention to it, and those who are don’t have the resources to control it. Because of this, it’s managed to accumulate all the estimated 80,000 tons of trash over the years. But it isn’t all for show. There have been hundreds to thousands of reports of people finding animals with garbage stuck to their bodies, suffering until they die a painful death. If this continues, all the fish in the Pacific, if not the world will die out because of our incompetence and horrible habits. As you all know, fish is one of the biggest sources of nourishment, and countless depend on it to survive. If all the fish got sick or died, the people who count on seafood to survive will die. It’s like a cycle. If all the plankton in the world died for an unknown reason, the whales who have plankton as their main diet will also starve to death, and that, in turn, will cause the misfortune of many other creatures.


We understand that many big influencers are planning out ways to go to space and ditch Earth, but it's not gonna be so quick. If we don’t take action soon the ocean garbage water problem will turn into a WorldWide disaster.

What we are trying to pitch is the idea of the government setting aside money towards causes that help out the Ocean Garbage water problem such as the Surfrider Foundation and Ocean Foundation.

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