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A device invented by a 25-year-old is finally catching trash in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. It hauled 60 bags to shore to turn into new products....
The U-shaped device is collecting plastic in a trash-filled ocean vortex that's more than twice the size of Texas.
The 25-year-old trying to rid the world’s oceans of plastic just created a floating garbage truck that collects trash from rivers
The organization hopes to clean 1,000 rivers that contribute to around 80% of the ocean's plastic before the end of 2025.
The massive plastic-cleaning device invented by a 25-year-old is finally catching trash in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Boyan Slat and The Ocean Cleanup said their new parachute system was finally capturing and retaining plastic in the Pacific Ocean.
The massive plastic-cleaning device a 25-year-old invented is finally catching some trash in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. Take a look at its journ...
The Ocean Cleanup's plastic-collecting tool was re-deployed in the Pacific Ocean in June. The first version spilled the plastic it had collected.
A 25-year-old’s mission to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch relies on a giant plastic-cleaning device. Here’s how it works.
By acting like an arm that moves with the current, the Ocean Cleanup project's device traps plastic debris until a vessel can come tow it away.
A 25-year-old’s mission to clean up the Great Pacific Garbage Patch has yielded a new discovery — and it means the plastic problem is even...
A study from the Ocean Cleanup project found that plastic that enters the ocean either is pushed back toward land or sinks below the water's surface.
A massive plastic-cleanup device invented by a 25-year-old may finally be catching trash in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch
Boyan Slat's improved device is in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. An underwater parachute is slowing the system down enough to catch plastic.
The massive plastic-cleaning device in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch probably won’t hurt sea creatures — but there’s still a big p...
Environmentalists predicted that the tool would endanger marine life, but The Ocean Cleanup found that animals have been ignoring the device.
More plastic pollution is swirling in the deep ocean than in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch. It’s even showing up in the intestines of sea crea...
An exploration of the sea floor in Monterey Bay revealed that the highest amount of microplastics accumulates 2,000 feet below the surface.
An explorer who dove to the deepest point in the ocean found a plastic bag and candy wrappers at the bottom
Explorer Victor Vescovo found trash at the bottom of the Challenger Deep, the deepest known point on Earth.