If you are reading this post then you are likely to be part of those among this Earth who are – somewhere, somehow – fighting climate change and the destruction of our beautiful planet. And if so, then you are probably up to speed on the nefarious impact of plastic in our ecosystems, particularly our Oceans.
On Friday, Coles and Woolworths the two biggest retailers in Australia, announced they will phase out single use plastic bags by 2018. This is certainly a victory for our Planet but here’s why we can’t dwell on it…
I was in Honolulu on holidays last month and had the opportunity to visit Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve. The beach was ranked #1 in 2016 by Dr. Beach and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Hawaii with over one million visitors per year.
This gorgeous looking beach is home to turtles, seals, fish… and dead coral. After spending a day there, I left questioning what had happened to it over the years… This blog post is about the state of Hanauma Bay today and why I don’t believe the lessons from the past sixty years have been truly acknowledge by those responsible for protecting this unique marine ecosystem. Continue reading “Review of Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve”
I ask myself the above question every single time I walk into a supermarket in Sydney. It blows my mind that a country this beautiful and with so much to lose from climate change would be this slow and inefficient at tackling the low hanging fruit, particularly in a city like Sydney.