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Plastic Free Belize is a constellation of science, art, and activism together promoting plastic free natural environments in Belize, and turning up the volume on local messages. You can learn more at Plastic Free Belize on Facebook

 Ecology Project International Students help to collect data and clean the beach on Blackbird Caye. This work contributes to the new  online map platform . 

Ecology Project International Students help to collect data and clean the beach on Blackbird Caye. This work contributes to the new online map platform

 Volunteers on Caye Caulker during the Plastic Free Belize Summer project in 2015. With support from Oceana Belize. 

Volunteers on Caye Caulker during the Plastic Free Belize Summer project in 2015. With support from Oceana Belize. 

 The Plastic Free Belize campaign included a network of Belize locals, Paulita Bennett-Martin (Emory University) and Pam Longobardi (Distinguished GSU Professor). Together public art installations were designed and implemented in areas where data collection and cleanups occurred. 

The Plastic Free Belize campaign included a network of Belize locals, Paulita Bennett-Martin (Emory University) and Pam Longobardi (Distinguished GSU Professor). Together public art installations were designed and implemented in areas where data collection and cleanups occurred. 

Working with National Geographic Young Explorers, teaching them field methods, and lessons in plastic pollution. With support from Oceanic Society and Oceana Belize.