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After helping to save sant sea turtle that was sick after ingesting plastic trash, environmental scientist Kristal Ambrose emerged a confirmed conservationist who is now fighting for her islands' wellbeing.
Environmental scientist and Bahamian Kristal Ambrose has a life-long connection with the sea. She has her divemaster certification and has spent years working in research institutes around her native islands.
Most importantly, she launched The Bahamas Plastic Movement in to help the people around her combat the plastic inundating their shores and seas. Its projects include research, plastic pollution camp beach cleanups, and educational outreach to school the next generation of local environmentalists.
Here, Kristal talks about how she was inspired to fight plastic pollution, how she channels her efforts, Bhaamas how she handles plastic in her own life.
Kristal Ambrose: InI worked at the Atlantis Aquarium [in Nassau]. We called in the marine vet, we got her out of the exhibit, and we did an x-ray and noticed that she had some internal blockage. We had to go inside this turtle and remove the blockage, and my job at the top was to hold down her front flippers.
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The vet was in there and he pulled out candy wrappers, bottle fragments, just all kinds of plastic. What did this plag teach you about plastic pollution?
There were no other islands in the distance, there were no boats coming by, there were no airplanes. It was just us and all this wildlife and all this garbage.Grenora ND Bi Horney Housewifes
We were in the doman of the ocean and we came across this net ball, this huge conglomerate of nets and plastic debris that had met in the ocean and formed this huge ball. We started collecting this ball of 20 different kinds of rope, plastic forks, bags, bottle caps, toothbrushes.
I am a part of the solution. After the trip, I was like, what a life-changing experience. I realized it was ply interesting, and then realized that no one in the country was doing anything about it, so I started this big citizen science initiative because I wanted to know how much plastic was on the beaches here in Eleuthera.
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And the Bahamas Plastic Movement grew out of that? What does your project look like today?
Though plastic is the topic, if you take that away this project is rooted in youth activism and youth empowerment and community action. It helps students to understand that their voices are important.
I just watch the students come in there and transform.Sex Warren Hot Woman
The struggle for me is, how do you reach the communities that are more focused on feeding their families than refusing to use a bag? My life is not plastic-free.
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I live in a country where 90 percent of everything we use is imported. Your efforts are currently focused on individual action and education.
Do you see yourself working more on changing policy in the future? I need to take the guilt out of it. Ambrose runs a program called "Upcycled," which asks students to think creatively about plastic waste.
Apply the logic in your own world: Turn an already purchased plastic bottle into an edible herb garden, and repurpose everyday plastics into wabt or decorative storage; bahamasplasticmovement. Pin FB ellipsis More.
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