Talking Trash

In a single year, over 10 million surfers, tourists and Los Angeles residents walk along the 3.4 miles of shoreline on Huntington Beach in southern California, bringing along all the standard trip-to-the-beach necessities, such as drinks, sunscreen, towels, chairs, umbrellas, snacks, fast food and toys. Inevitably, some things are left behind. But debris from humans isn’t uncommon. Down the coast, the city of San Diego manages 27 linear miles of beach, which entices over 20 million people per year to …


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