Sea turtles, 2 Olive Ridley sea turtles, were found by researcher Dr. Nathan Robinson to have plastic items stuck in their nose. The first incident, Nathan found a plastic straw in the nose of a swimming Olive Ridley Sea Turtle. In the second incident, Nathan came upon another Olive Ridley Sea Turtle with a plastic fork in it’s nose.
Every so often, when I feel like I should be working but am lacking the motivation to do anything really worthwhile, I watch TED talks. Watching eloquent, well-prepared thought leaders pace along the stage while pitching these “ideas worth spreading” is the perfect cure for procrastinitis. But if you’re anything like me, the talks you normally end up spending fifteen to twenty minutes of your time absorbing were chosen solely on their title and view count. Go browsing with the original goal of learning about sustainable and innovative business ventures, end up watching a video entitled Read More
Ocean News: A recent study out of a Pacific Coast kelp monitoring project noticed a 93% decrease since 2014. This is intense.
Here is the source to the story: http://bit.ly/kelpdying