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06/13/2012

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This is impressive. Thanks!

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How often do you experience condition 1 weather? Watching Auroras in the night sky must be an unique experience. Do they occur more frequently in summer as Antarctica is closest to the sun? Keep up the work Amazing blogs :)

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Paul Sharp is an adventurer and founder of the Two Hands Project, the Sydney based NGO which activates people on the issue of plastic pollution and challenges governments and industry to apply reusable design and cradle to cradle concepts to end plastic pollution. Paul is a seabird and marine mammal rescuer as well as a "citizen scientist" participating in data collection for marine studies around Australia and globally, from sea-grass to sharks. He has a particular interest in the emerging issue of plastic pollution.

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