La Neice: Thanks for having me, Spiffy. My organization works to ban nuclear testing to keep the world safe from the effects of nuclear tests and the weapons these tests help create.
Carlie: Thanks for having me, Spiffy. Schmidt Ocean Institute is boldly exploring our unknown ocean with our research vessel Falkor (too) and underwater robot ROV SuBastian. We provide ship time for scientists around the globe to conduct cutting-edge science with the goal of generating new information and interest in our ocean and the creatures that live in it. We openly share all of our discoveries to inform the wise stewardship of our planet.
Yidian: It’s great to be here, Spiffy! The pervasive issue of aquatic plastic pollution, with millions of tons of plastic waste entering our oceans annually, has garnered worldwide concern. These plastics degrade into microplastic fragments, posing a significant threat to marine life and humans. Microplastics, measuring less than five millimeters in diameter, disperse widely across vast geographical areas, making their collection an arduous task.
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