Date(s) - May 18th
6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
The Virginia Living Museum’s Naturally Speaking Lecture Series is a regular virtual and in-person event. Click the link below for a full run down of upcoming lectures.
Virginians are increasingly aware of and concerned with plastic pollution that litters neighborhoods, clogs streams and storm drains, and enters our oceans as harmful marine debris. Katie Register of Clean Virginia Waterways will provide an overview of the sources and impacts of mis-managed waste in Virginia and will focus on solutions to the growing plastic pollution problem — including single-use plastic food and beverage items. She will share solutions to address single-use consumer items (bottles, bags, cigarette butts, food wrappers), microplastics, derelict fishing gear, and abandoned watercraft.
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