The Shipping Industry Is Destroying Our Oceans And We Are To Blame.

The shopping industry ships junk we don’t really need from one part of the world to another.

Image of a fully laden container ship entering Vancouver harbor. Image Credit: Michael Trigg

If you haven't seen the documentary “Freightened” yet and have concerns about the state of the earth’s oceans, you might want to view it. I have known for some time there has been an issue with the…

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A “Jack of all Trades” and master of some: Mechanic, Writer, Sales Rep, TV producer, Management, Insurance Agent, Consultant www.handshakeconsultants.com

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