The Plastic Pollution Conversation Tour, FREE catered food from DA SPOT!!

October 14, 3:00pm - 6:00pm
Mānoa Campus, University Laboratory School at 1776 University Ave.

Join us on Sunday, October 14th from 3:00 pm - 6:00 pm at University Laboratory School as Captain Charles Moore makes his final stop in Hawai'i for the "The Plastic Pollution Conversation - Pacific Rim Tour 2012." Captain Moore, author of "Plastic Ocean," is a prominent seafaring environmentalist and researcher who shares his maritime encounters with the shocking amount of plastic debris in the Northeast Pacific Ocean, now commonly referred to as the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.

The goal of the Pacific Rim
Tour 2012 is to raise the intensity of awareness about plastic pollution, its impact, the challenges it presents and motivate individuals and groups to effect change. He will be discussing the recently completed Algalita/5 Gyres 2012 Asia Pacific Expedition through the Western Pacific Garbage Patch and the southern edge of the 2011 tsunami material swept to sea making its way across the North Pacific Gyre.

University Laboratory School is located at 1776 University Ave. Parking is available on the lower athletic field (enter on Metcalf St.) and street parking is available on Metcalf St., Dole St., and University Ave.

Don't miss this FREE event that is open to the public! For more info contact

Event Sponsor
Kōkua Hawaiʻi Foundation, Surfrider Foundation Club at UH, Mānoa Campus

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Sunday, October 14

2:00pm Mānoa Campus, Prime Time in the Earle Ernst Lab Theatre
2:30pm Mānoa Campus, Art Building, University of Hawai'i Art Gallery
3:00pm Mānoa Campus, University Laboratory School at 1776 University Ave.
Last modified October 20, 2016