An Island Wasted by Pollution

The isle of Clipperton is the smallest of all the French territories, and the most isolated in the world. In March, a team of twenty artists, scientists and journalists left on a month-long journey from Las Cabos in Mexico to Clipperton. They discovered an ecosystem damaged by fishing and pollution. Photo Credit: WalkingGeek via Flickr.

Clipperton, an Island Wasted by Pollution
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93 comments

Lynn D.
Lynn D.3 years ago

I couldn't get the video off of the ad so didn't get to see!

Yulan Lawson
Yulan Lawson3 years ago

It's very sad how we have no respect for the planet.

J.L. A.
JL A.3 years ago

so sad

Dianne Lane
Dianne Lane3 years ago

Open up your eyes people and look what is being done to Mother Earth before it is to late!!!!! We must all work together to heal her!

Dianne Lane
Dianne Lane3 years ago

Open up your eyes people and look what is being done to Mother Earth before it is to late!!!!! We must all work together to heal her!

Karen Perkins
Karen Perkins3 years ago

Incredible how far-reaching the impact of human society. For further info, read the article on the most uninhabitable places on earth. Most are due to human negligence.

mari s.
Mari S.3 years ago

this is poignantly sad -- so sad -- let's bring it back to its natural, healthy, beautiful state -- and let the world know how this happened and what we all need and should to do so there is no repetition of this catastrophic disaster!

Carmen S.
Carmen S.3 years ago

so sad, hopefully this will change

Angeles Madrazo
Angeles Madrazo3 years ago

Let's start doing the right thing today, we still have time!