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  • ISBN: 9781642830088
  • ISBN: 1642830089
  • Physical Description: print
    124 pages : color illustrations ; 29 cm
  • Publisher: Washington [District of Columbia] : Island Press, 2019.

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General Note: "First published in 2018 by Uitgeverij Lias in the Dutch language"--Title page verso.
Translated into English from original Dutch.
Formatted Contents Note: On the map. Plastic fantastic ; Floating plastic ; From soup to broth ; RIP : rest in plastic ; A planet full of plastic -- Off the map. Art ; Between belief and hope ; Inspirational initiatives ; No time to lose ; Turning the tide.
Summary, etc.: "With striking photography and graphics, Plastic Soup brings this challenge to brilliant life for readers. Yet it also sends a message of hope; although the scale of the problem is massive, so is the dedication of activists working to check it. Plastic Soup highlights a diverse array of projects to curb plastic waste and raise awareness, from plastic-free grocery stores to innovative laws and art installations."--
Language Note:
Translated into English from original Dutch.
Subject: Plastic marine debris -- Environmental aspects
Plastic scrap -- Environmental aspects
Waste disposal in the ocean
Marine pollution

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