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Now viewing 1 through 8 of 8 Plastic Pollution Coalition Members found.
  • National Building Contractors, Inc (Business) A nationally recognized interior general contractor, specializing in landlord and tenant improvements servicing all regions of the United States.
  • Natracare (Business). award winning, ethical company committed to offering organic and natural solutions for personal health care that leave a soft footprint on the earth out of respect for our future generations.
  • New Ocean Blue (Youth; Education) Here to educate the future generation about the dangers of a plastic ocean.
  • New York Surf Film Festival (Civil Society)
  • Next Now Collaboratory (Civil Society) Focus on contributing to social benefit projects emphasizing innovative information visualization and collaboration technologies to benefit the planet. Both a purposeful social network with a social purpose (NextNowNetwork and NextNowNetwork Blog) and a collaboration laboratory (“collaboratory”)
  • Wallace J Nichols, Ph. D. (Science Advisors, Founding Member): Marine biologist, California Academy of Sciences. Dr. Wallace “J.” Nichols is a scientist, activist, community organizer, author and dad. He works to inspire a deeper connection with nature. J. is a Research Associate at California Academy of Sciences, founder of Ocean Revolution, an international network of young ocean advocates, and Science Advisory Board Chair for the Plastic Pollution Coalition. He earned his MEM in Environmental Policy and Economics from Duke University’s Nicholas School and his PhD in Wildlife Ecology and Evolutionary Biology from University of Arizona. He advises a motivated group of international graduate students and serves as an advisor to numerous boards.
  • Monterey Bay NOAA (Education; Civil Society; Reearch) A Federally protected marine area offshore of California's central coast; mission is to understand and protect the coastal ecosystem and submerged cultural resources of central California.