Gunk in our Gulf and what we can do about it…
it’s a MISSION POSSIBLE!
Friends of Gulf St Vincent are proud
to host this year’s Free Community Forum
Sunday 25 November 2018
Henley Sailing Club
Cnr Seaview Rd and Burbridge Rd, West Beach
2pm – 5pm
Featuring Sydney’s Sarah-Jo Lobwein – inspiring
Marine Science and Conservation Speaker
Lots of “stuff” ends up on beaches. Some of it is natural – the things that we delight in finding washed up on the shore. The rest is likely to be accidental or deliberate trash and pollution – or maybe the result of it. Can you tell the difference?
Our Forum assembles local and national authorities on trash and its impacts in the marine environment.
If you are concerned about worrying marine realities – think Pacific garbage patch, ghost nets, balloon jellyfish – then come along and hear more about what is happening here, interstate and overseas.
John Phillips OAM (ED KESAB) “The Challenges of Plastic Pollution – Local and Global: A KESAB environmental solutions perspective”
Dr Kristian Peters (NRM) “Plastic plight on our shores: An insight into marine debris in the Gulf St Vincent bioregion, South Australia”
Dr Ryan Baring (Flinders Uni) “All we need is some love for beach wrack”
Dr Sue Gibbs (SA Museum) “What are dolphins eating?”
Sarah-Jo Lobwein (Tangaroa Blue) “Sea change: empowering the community”