21 Sep '11, 5pm

Announcing the Trash Free Seas Alliance: We are bringing industry, science and NGOs together to eliminate ocean trash.

Announcing the Trash Free Seas Alliance: We are bringing industry, science and NGOs together to eliminate ocean trash.

Announcing The Trash Free Seas Alliance Vikki Spruill speaking on the "Waste to Wealth" Panel at Clinton Global Initiative 2011. Pictured with Klaus Kleinfeld, Chairman and CEO of Alcoa. Vikki Spruill officially announced Ocean Conservancy's commitment to establish a Trash Free Seas Alliance at the 2011 Clinton Global Initiative conference . Starting now, we are challenging and inviting innovative partners from across all sectors to collaborate on solutions that harness the power of the marketplace to reduce the impact of trash on the ocean. At a time when there are so many threats to our health and the health of our planet, the problem of ocean trash is one that is preventable. Ocean Conservancy has mobilized millions of people around the world to remove trash from our ocean and waterways during our International Coastal Cleanup. Hundreds of thousands of volunteers around...

Full article: http://www.oceanconservancy.org/our-work/marine-debris/oc...

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