Ecocentricity Blog: The World's Most Polluted Island

Ecocentricity Blog: The World's Most Polluted Island

By: John A. Lanier

Photo Credit: Iain McGregor/The Guardian

Beach trash that John Lanier's wife picked up on their vacation

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.@BrettWHowell went on an expedition to clean up the most polluted island in the world. It’s called Henderson Island. Read his story in this week's #Ecocentricity blog by @johnalanierRCAF #plasticpollution http://bit.ly/2RzARNs

Summary

John Lanier's friend Brett Howell helped lead an expedition to clean up what is considered, by one metric, to be the most polluted island in the world. It’s called Henderson Island, and the story is well worth reading. John shares it in this week's Ecocentricity blog.

Wednesday, January 22, 2020 - 9:30am

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I’m kind of taking this week off – but only because I really want you to spend time reading someone else’s story. I’m inspired to share it this week because my wife and I just got back from a beach trip, and she did her part to clean up the beach where we were, (see photo above, at right) She’s a saint.

If you want to hear about a truly awe-inspiring and jaw-dropping beach cleanup story though, well here you go. My friend Brett Howell helped lead an expedition to clean up what is considered, by one metric, to be the most polluted island in the world. It’s called Henderson Island, and it’s worth every bit of your time to read his story. Enjoy!

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