My Inc. post today, “Science: This Remote Paradise Is Most Trashed Spot on Earth,” begins serious but connects it to entrepreneurship and leadership. It starts:
Science: This Remote Paradise Is Most Trashed Spot on Earth
Two scientists report that this once-pristine paradise on Earth, now covered with plastic junk. Leaders and entrepreneurs can act.
If you haven’t heard, you must have been hiding under a rock. Or maybe a piece of useless plastic junk:
A pristine paradise is covered with the greatest density of garbage measured, mostly plastic trinkets whose existence improved the life of no one, according to a paper, “Exceptional and rapid accumulation of anthropogenic debris on one of the world’s most remote and pristine islands,” in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science.
Read the rest at Science: This Remote Paradise Is Most Trashed Spot on Earth.
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