Episode 21: How To Live Aloha

August 22, 2017

Episode 21: How To Live Aloha

Highlights From The Episode: 

  • Riding Ponies, Breathing Folklore And Navigating Under The Stars In Oahu

  • TedEx: The Preparation Process & How To Make A Lasting Impact 

  • What’s In Our Fish? Staggering Research Between Plastic And A Prominent Food Source 

  • How To Activate Your Power As A Consumer


Links / Resources 
* Website: www.plasticpollutionsolutions.com 




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