With the amount of plastic pollution in our waters increasing every year, it becomes crucial to find solutions that would help to reduce it as soon as possible: plastics pollution is not only dangerous for all the marine life but

The Impakter team would like to thank Jaime Jennings of Island Press for the photo contributions. Island Press will publish Plastic Soup: An Atlas of Ocean Pollution, authored by Michiel Roscam Abbing of The Plastic Soup Foundation (PSF) on April 4th. One of

Throughout history there are numerous examples of substances, products and practices that have changed the way we live. Products, which at first have been revolutionary, miraculous even. And seemingly without consequence. Large-scale burning of fossil fuels to power industry, our homes and

We live at a time when accumulated human activity has begun changing the fundament within which we exist. Thanks to our greenhouse gas emissions, the atmosphere is warming and with it the Ocean. These same greenhouse gases are also making

Every year, more than 100,000 whales, dolphins, seals and turtles are caught up in ghost gear - abandoned, lost and discarded fishing nets, lines and traps. A staggering 640,000 tons of this gear is left in our oceans annually. Most ghost gear is made

When Australian photographer Luke Shadbolt discovered his passion for the ocean, he decided to share it with the world. During his travels between remote natural areas and densely populated environments, he gained an insight into the fundamental human-nature connection. Through his works he seeks

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