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  • Pacific Rim Project Launches with Documentary Film

    The Pacific Rim Project, an initiative dedicated to protecting and preserving the critical ocean habitats of the Pacific Ocean and raising awareness of the threats they face, today launched with a documentary film highlighting the environmental and socio-economic impacts of trash in the Sea of Japan.

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  • Project raises millions to clean up world’s oceans

    From high school project to large scale cleanup, Boyan Slat's ocean refuse collection system is set to take off. The first large trial is set for early next year, when the team will establish a two-kilometre barrier off the coast of Japan's Tsushima Island.

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  • Preventing Ecocide in South China Sea

    Dredging, land reclamation and the construction of artificial islands threaten ecosystems that play a key role in maintaining global fish stocks.

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  • ENVIRONMENTAL AGGRESSION IN THE SOUTH CHINA SEA

    The radical transformation of major coral atolls in the South China Sea marine ecosystem has long term implications for the environment.

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  • What happens to a coral reef when an island is built on top?

    Today, seven coral reefs are being turned into islands, with harbors and landing strips, by the Chinese military. The work is also destroying a rich ecological network.

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