Plastics are reliable, our planet is not.

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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.

Podcast Mentions: 

Literature

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

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Deep-sea Debris Database

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News

Climate scientists are struggling to find the right words for very bad news via The Washington Post

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Intro-Outrosong by Kurt Vile, "I Wanted Everything". Want to listen to the full track? Find it here.

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