UH Manoa offers Wednesday environmental lecture/film series

On topic of 'Plastic and Hawaii's Marine Life'

University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
Jennifer Parks, (808) 956-0416
College of Education
Posted: Apr 4, 2009

The UH Manoa College of Education Department of Educational Foundations (EDEF 686 Environmental Education) and Beach Environmental Awareness Campaign Hawaii (BEACH) present "Plastic and Hawaii's Marine Life," a free public lecture/film series that runs every Wednesday in April from 6:30 p.m.

April 8 - Lecture: "Conflict, Collision and Confrontation: Sea Turtle Biology and Incompatibility with Marine Debris" (Art Auditorium)

April 15 - Film: "Synthetic Sea Story" (Architecture Auditorium)

April 22 - Lecture: "Plastics: Impacts on our Health, Marine Life and the Environment" (Architecture Auditorium)

April 29 - Lecture: "Albatross as Indicators of Plastic Pollution in the Marine Environment" (Architecture Auditorium)

For more information, call 393-2168 or see the complete lecture/film series listing online.

For more information, visit: http://www.coe.hawaii.edu/files/marine_lecture.pdf