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Cleanin' up the World!

Strike while the iron is hot!

I am not saying that anything will come from this latest little adventure, but what I do know is that if I hadn’t have done it, there would have been no possibility at all.  I do know that if I … Continue reading

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August Bank Holiday Special.

About a month ago I paid a friend of mine to help me pick plastic and litter off a beach. I advertised wanting one person for one hour’s litter picking, the wage, £50.  We went to Eype, a small community … Continue reading

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Breaking into the #plasticpollution filming industry…

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Miracle, only one plastic bottle!

I went to Abbotsbury, and down to the beach there on Chesil Bank.  I wanted to make a video and needed ten littered plastic bottles which I knew would be lying around the beach there. But miracle of miracles, I … Continue reading

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Try, try and try again…

 

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Damn!….

I meant to include the fishing net clean up photographs in the last post too!  Here they are:

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A Plastic Ocean.

Sabbatical over!  Until last week and for the past four months I have done very little litter picking.  The huge swell of awareness of plastic pollution brought about by David Attenborough’s Blue Planet has made me try and work out where … Continue reading

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Winter Sale.

Seems daft, but I was may as well try.  Absurd sales have happened on e bay before.  Seeing as I haven’t managed to find a second sponsor for my Dorset Coastline 10,000 plastic bottle collection yet, I have decided to … Continue reading

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#thetencontainervirallitterchallenge

I’ve just launched a campaign on both Twitter and Facebook.  Who knows if it will take off?  Who knows if it is a good idea or not?  Like many initiatives, you don’t really know unless you try. I have asked … Continue reading

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Beach litter Sherpa reaches three percent.

I expected to find a lot of plastic bottles at Chapmans Pool on the Dorset coastline but I didn’t expect to find two hundred of them in a ten yard stretch, but I did.  It took me twenty minutes to … Continue reading

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