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AbstractWith global plastic production on the rise and the continuous amount of mismanaged waste, marine fauna's future is at stake. Plastic pollution is a major environmental concern and efforts are needed globally in order to protect our environment. This report focuses on whether ocean pollution and single-use plastic education and outreach can be a part of a community's solution. This study is a quasi-experimental design based on a survey, intervention, and post-survey format. It was found that ocean pollution education and reducing personal waste guidance can help raise awareness because it can positively impact individuals' environmental attitudes and actions.
DescriptionSustainable Built Environments Senior Capstone Project