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Exploring Our Network: Toronto Island Marina
Join us as we visit Toronto Island Marina & Yacht Club on #LakeOntario and chat with Gordon Ballantyne about the positive impact of plastic capture technology and joining the Great Lakes Plastic Cleanup on their community.
Exploring Our Network: Hucks Marine & Resort
Join us as we visit Hucks Marine & Resort and learn more about the impact of plastic capture technology in this area with the wonderful Hucks team.
Exploring Our Network: Port Whitby Marina
Join us as we visit Port Whitby Marina in learn about the impact of plastic capture technology in the area!
Exploring Our Network: Town of Cobourg
Join us as we visit the Town of Cobourg and chat with Jennifer Leno about their experience with the GLPC and using the LittaTrap, an innovative plastic capture technology!
Exploring Our Network: TDOT Water Taxi
Join us as we visit TDOT Water Taxi in Toronto and chat with Alex McPhee and John Smyth about the value of collaborating with the GLPC network!
Exploring Our Network: Harbour West Marina
Join us as we visit Harbour West Marina in Hamilton and hear from Grace Hunter and Harleen Sandhu from the Bay Area Restoration Council (BARC) and Malin Schouten from Laurel Steel about the importance of the Great Lakes Plastic Cleanup in helping to restore and protect the ecosystem in the Hamilton Harbour watershed.
Exploring Our Network: Point Pleasant Marina
Join us as we visit Hindson Marina in Penetanguishene and hear from Service Manager, Brian Berriault, about how the marina's plastic capture technology has helped them engage the community around plastic pollution.
CLEANUP AND THE CIRCular economy
In this video, produced for the World Circular Economy Forum 2021 Virtual Expo Showcase, we spotlight the work that the Great Lakes Plastic Cleanup and its supporters (including lead corporate sponsor NOVA Chemicals) are doing not just to clean up the Great Lakes, but to advance a circular economy for plastics that will "close the loop" and break the cycle of plastic waste and pollution.
Little Bits, Big Problems
To kick off the 2021 boating season and Year 2 of the Great Lakes Plastic Cleanup, we launched 'Little Bits, Big Problems' - a public service announcement designed to engage communities across Canada to join in the efforts to address plastic pollution in the Great Lakes.
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