Our Weekly Podcast about the Ocean & it’s Plastic Conundrum
Interviewed by Nora Ismail
Video produced by Dorothy Clement
Underwater360 caught up with Mr Mohammad Reza Cordova, a scientist from Research Centre of Oceanography, Indonesia Institute of Sciences, micro-in on the effects of single-use plastic, microplastics and marine pollution on humans, marine life and the environment at the recent STEP Environment Camp 2019.
Stay tuned for more stories on the conundrum with ocean plastic, look out for the upcoming Asian Diver – The Big Blue Book issue titled “Purge of the Plastic Pandemonium” coming to your newsstands soon.
In Singapore this May? Do not miss to attend ADEX Ocean Vision 2020, the largest and the longest-running diving, dive tourism and ocean conservation show in Asia, this May 29 to 31 at Suntec Singapore Convention & Exhibition Centre! Themed “Dedicated to a Plastic-Free Ocean (version 2.0)”, do not miss out on this opportunity to learn all about the various disciplines of diving, where’s the best dive spots in Asia, know more about the organisations that work on the conservation and the protection of marine life, marine waste and the ocean health, in general. REGISTER now for your free entry to the event – Click here!
Underwater360 would like to thank the STEP Environment organising committee for the arrangement of this interview.
STEP Environment Camp 2019 is a week-long camp where 92 participants from Brunei, Cambodia, China, India, Indonesia, Laos, Myanmar, Malaysia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam participating in various activities to learn about ‘Zero Waste’. STEP Environment Camp 2019 was brought to you by Temasek Foundation International for supporting the camp, and supporting partners: Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum and our colleagues from SJINML for field-guiding the students, GearUp for the ice breakers, and Sustainable Singapore Gallery for the tour.