Mary Crowley Visits The Harbour School Hong Kong

Mary Crowley Introduces Project Kaisei to The Harbour School Hong Kong, May 2013
Mary Crowley Introduces Project Kaisei to The Harbour School
Hong Kong, May 2013

Raising global awareness and understanding of the marine debris/ocean trash problem is a significant component of the mission of Project Kaisei.  The impact on our ocean environment and how we can introduce solutions for both prevention and clean-up is a part of each educational presentation.  In May of 2013, Mary Crowley, Co-founder and President, visited The Harbour School in Hong Kong to introduce Project Kaisei and to bring her first-hand experiences of the North Pacific Gyre and the marine debris/ocean trash issue directly to the students and faculty.

*Invested in caring about their role in the clean-up of the global ocean, the students from The Harbour School, in conjunction with Rock Asylum Foundation (RAF) released a video, “Plastic Ocean”.  Written, produced, and recorded by the students of The Harbour School Hong Kong, this song/video exemplifies the very real and critical issues we all face, wherever we are in the world. Finished in only four days under the direction of RAF founder Paulie Z and teaching musician Tony Cortes, the students were responsible for coming up with their own topic as well as story boarding and choreography for the video. With serendipitous timing, students chose to learn and write about environmental studies.

Watch and listen to “Plastic Ocean” presented, written, produced and recorded by the students of The Harbour School Hong Kong:

* From Rock Asylum Foundation.

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