An improbable ocean voyage to end plastic waste

The following is an edited excerpt from "Junk Raft: An Ocean Voyage and a Rising Tide of Activism to Fight Plastic Pollution" by Markus Eriksen (Beacon Press, 2017). Reprinted with permission from Beacon Press.

In 2008, two sailors drifted across the North Pacific to Hawaii on a raft made from 15,000 plastic bottles tied in an old fishing nest stuffed under a Cessna 310 Aircraft. they called it JUNK, and the purpose of the 88 day, 2,600 mile voyage was to build awareness and help build a movement to save our seas from plastic pollution. Here is their story.

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