'Watershed Chats' with Dave Rastovich + Lauren Hill
Alice Forrest is a divemaster, wildlife guide, and marine biologist specialising in marine plastic pollution.
Alice diving in Tonga. Photo: Angel Grimaldi.
Alice’s fieldwork has taken her to remote islands throughout the Pacific and Indian Oceans to study marine debris on beaches, and that which has been consumed by birds, fish, and humans.
In Antarctica earlier this year. Photo: Marilyn Scriver.
Freshly back from an expedition to Antarctica, Alice shares her experience of the frozen ocean and talks us through the complex conversation, but simple solutions, found in her new publication, Micro Plastics, Massive Problem.
Watershed Chats are deep dives with experts and those having a go at building and dreaming new ways for a healthy and habitable future on Planet Ocean.
Watershed moments are traditionally understood as a division or distinction between two phases. They can be turning points that define our shared history. We're asking: where to from here?
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