Navigating the Pacific's 'Garbage Patch' A cluster of plastic garbage has formed in the middle of the Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and Los Angeles. Capt. Charles Moore, founder of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation, recently took a trip through the "garbage patch."
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Navigating the Pacific's 'Garbage Patch'

Navigating the Pacific's 'Garbage Patch'

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A cluster of plastic garbage has formed in the middle of the Pacific Ocean between Hawaii and Los Angeles. Capt. Charles Moore, founder of the Algalita Marine Research Foundation, talks with Andrea Seabrook about his recent trip through the "garbage patch."