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Environmental Ethics: Ocean Pollution

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Alyssa Mitchel

on 6 May 2015

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Transcript of Environmental Ethics: Ocean Pollution

Environmental Ethics: Ocean Pollution

Overview
1. Opening Video
2. Introducing Chemical Pollution
3. Noise Pollution Game
4. Presenting Plastic Pollution
5. Closing: Discussion and Solutions
The Reality of our Beaches
Toxic Chemical Pollution
DEFINITION: Chemical pollution takes place when harmful artificial or natural chemicals are released in the environment, thereby diminishing the population of wildlife, endangering ecosystems, and negatively impacting human health.


Plastic Pollution
Involves the buildup of plastic debris in the environment that harms wildlife, humans, and their ecosystems/habitats.
Chemical, Noise, and Plastic Pollution
By Alyssa Mitchel, Taly Romo, Kendal Carter and Gabi Heppe
Types:
Metals/Solvents
Pesticides/Fertilizers
Petroleum/Crude Oil
Noise/Sonar Pollution
Definition (In terms of sea-life): Sonar noise pollution is the emission of loud, irritating, and detrimental sounds that negatively harm sea-life.
McNear's Beach
Great Pacific Garbage Patch
The Great Pacific
Garbage Patch

Sonar Pollution Game-Time!
References
http://noc.ac.uk/science-technology/seas-under-threat/marine-pollution/sewage
http://www.nature.com/scitable/spotlight/acoustic-pollution-and-marine-mammals-8914464

Scenario #1:
Scenario #2:
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