A blog set out to explore, archive & relate plastic pollution happening world-wide, while learning about on-going efforts and solutions to help break free of our addiction to single-use plastics & sharing this awareness with a community of clean water lovers everywhere!

Thursday, August 6, 2015

I Sea Change: Youth Action Island Summit with Jack Johnson

 Posted from the Island School, August 30 2015


I Sea Change: Youth Action Island Summit with Jack Johnson from The Island School on Vimeo.

The Youth Island Action Summit was a collaborative effort between The Island School, The Cape Eleuthera Institute, Center for Sustainable Development, The Deep Creek Middle School, The 5 Gyres Institute and All at Once. These organizations partnered to bring together activists, artist, scientists, educators and Bahamian youth to explore and generate solutions to plastic pollution for islands and nations around the world. 

In addition to the Youth Island Action Summit, The Island School had the opportunity to host UNEP as they officially awarded Jack Johnson with the Goodwill Ambassador title for his work as philanthropist and advocate for the oceans.

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