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In the unlucky #13 episode, it's just the girls. Allie discusses a Japanese deep-sea plastics database that's been around since the 80s and Raye wonders how to get people to care about Climate Change.
S. Chiba, H. Saito, R. Fletcher and al. Human footprint in the abyss: 30 year records of deep-sea plastic debris. Marine Policy, Available online 6 April 2018, In Press
Deep-sea Debris Database
Climate scientists are struggling to find the right words for very bad news via The Washington Post
Intro-Outrosong by Kurt Vile, "I Wanted Everything". Want to listen to the full track? Find it here.
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