Ocean Garbage Challenges John Gemmill’s Clean Ocean Foundation Clean-up Efforts. Floating Garbage Islands Make Ocean Protectors See Red in Fight against Climate Change.
Sharon Kleyne, Water Life Science® lifestyle creator and the host of the internationally syndicated weekly talk radio program, The Sharon Kleyne Hour Water Life Science®/Nature’s Pharma®, The Power of Water® & Your Health sponsored by Nature’s Tears® EyeMist® on VoiceAmerica produced by Rose Hong, founder/director of Global Dragon TV in Washington, D.C., is sick of all the garbage and garbage islands that are polluting the world’s oceans, but she is sick of them for an often overlooked reason.
Water Life Science® provocateur Kleyne points to the fact that we need more than outrage to clean up our oceans and cool down earth. “We need better water education,” asserts Water Life Science® innovator Kleyne, “and we need new water technology that is designed to clean up oceans and cool down the planet.” Kleyne stresses this last point because the garbage that has accumulated in the ocean actually heats up the water and accelerates the process of water vapor evaporation. This in turn over-evaporates the planet’s water atmosphere. When there is less water in the atmosphere, Kleyne reminds us, the air and earth heat up, temperatures rise and the planet gets hotter.
The CEO of the Clean Ocean Foundation in Australia, John Gemmill, is another activist and research leader who agrees with Kleyne about garbage heating up the earth’s oceans and atmosphere. Water Life Science® advocate Kleyne wants us to know that ocean garbage contributes to global warming, and Gemmill gets the message. “I was someone who got picked up by the hurly-burly of people polluting the ocean,” says Gemmill. “Things were out of balance, and I wanted to get involved and do something about it, especially as a surfer, scuba diver and lover of our oceans.”
Gemmill’s Clean Ocean Foundation initiates and carries out a number of clean-up and educational projects that are raising awareness about water pollution. They are also cleaning up vast segments of the oceans, attacking the infamous garbage islands and steadily cutting them down to size. Readers can learn more about Gemmill, the Clean Ocean Foundation as well as their initiatives and groundbreaking work by visiting these websites: https://www.cleanocean.org/news/plastics-microplastics-outfalls and https://www.cleanocean.org/education-the-big-poo.html
Gemmill, also a chemical engineer, acupuncturist, naturopath and Tai Chi practitioner, praises Australian school systems for offering more water and climate education. He notes that students all over the country recently went on strike for a day to demand from complacent elected leaders that they take more seriously and do more about climate change. “That’s the kind of activism we need everywhere,” adds Gemmill.
Water Life Science® lifestyle founder Kleyne says that “too many people are ignorant about water, water evaporation and how to live with the rhythm of the earth.” Kleyne explains that earth must live in balance with the rhythm of the solar system and that people must learn to live with the rhythm of both.
“The ocean is crying out to us,” says Kleyne. The world’s oceans must be cleaned up if the planet is to cool down and survive.
If you would like to listen to the program featuring Australian Clean Ocean Foundation CEO John Gemmill and talk radio host and Water Life Science® educator Sharon Kleyne talking about the garbage that is threatening not only the life of the oceans but the life of the planet, too, follow this link: https://www.voiceamerica.com/episode/112779/clean-ocean-clean-world