UH Manoa offers Wednesday environmental lecture/film series
On topic of 'Plastic and Hawaii's Marine Life'University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa
College of Education
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