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Sessions with this Speaker

Mar 15 2018 10:15am - 11:15am

Room 2

Textiles and Ocean Pollution: Science and Industry Tackle a Global Issue

Ocean plastic pollution represents a global crisis. And microplastics – the tiny particles that make up plastic – contaminate our lakes, rivers and oceans, as well as land-based environments. Recent research suggests that the shedding of microfibres in laundry from synthetic garments may represent a growing contribution to microplastic pollution.

Elaine Leung

Founder, Sea Smart

Drummond Lawson

Director, Social and Environmental Sustainability, Arc’teryx Equipment, Inc.

Jeff Crook

Chief Product Officer, MEC

Peter Ross

Vice President, Research, Ocean Wise Conservation Association

Andjela Knezevic-Stevanovic

Director, Environmental Management and Quality Control, Metro Vancouver

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