Fight Plastic Pollution By Watching Porn????

Fight Plastic Pollution By Watching Porn????

Fight Plastic Pollution By Wathcing Porn??

PornHubs Dirtiest Porn Ever

PornHub to spread awareness on the crisis of ocean plastic pollution through porn!

A major chunk of internet traffic surfs the online porn network. With billions of people from across the globe browsing through the numerous porn websites, it is definitely one of the best places online to spread a global message. And guess what? One of the biggest players from the industry, PornHub, has decided to do just that. It will use the heavy traffic it gets on its website to spread awareness about the ocean Plastic Pollution issue.

But just how effective will be an environmental awareness from a porn website? Huge actually! That is because, anyone who is even slightly familiar with an online advertisement, knows that effectiveness depends largely on the numbers. And what PornHub has in plenty are numbers. More than 3 million people visit this site every day to access the 7 million-plus videos it has in its database. With over 500 million people searching its name on Google every month, 2018 had over 33.5 billion visiting PornHub.

The plastic pollution levels, especially in the oceans, have reached such high magnitude that it is now a well-known fact. People are protesting all across the planet. And if you think you are safe from its consequences, then you couldn’t be far from the truth. Beaches around the world have been found littered with trash, especially single-use plastic. And that is only a trickle compared to the amount of pollution in the Ocean. In case you need more proof, here are 6 solid reasons not to use single-use plastic

The current plastic pollution situation is too messy even for PornHub and it has decided to take a stand against it using Porn!

PornHub Cares Initiative has launched a porn video that brings to light the issue of plastic pollution affecting our oceans. The movie that starts a popular pornstar couple has quite wittily been called “Dirtiest Porn Ever”. The movie starts off with the beautiful couple starting to get naughty in a lovely beach setting. Only that, soon, you find them surrounded by litter with Single-Use Plastic trash all over the two. Before you know it, the whole scene goes from sexy to yucky! Some more harsh reality as you find people in Hazmat suit and the PornHub brand on it, picking up the litter from around the couple. Here’s a promo clip to ease your curiosity: 

To ease your conscience even further, PornHub promises to donate to Ocean Polymers every time someone views their movie on Ocean plastic pollution. That’s some very good reason to check out one of the most popular porn sites online. PornHub offers a 7-day free trial, although we are not sure if the full movie is available for the trial accounts. You can, however, try Free Porn Passwords and Free Porn Pass.biz for getting a single access premium account login.

Cory Price, their vice president, also highlighted the fact that PornHub has already been active when it comes to the environment. It has in the past, he stated, taken initiatives like planting trees and even supports organisations conducting honeybee research. Contrary to general belief, the big players of the porn industry care about the environment and prefer a clean and healthy environment. 

There is news such as websites like Brazzers, one of the top premium porn site, have switched to green energy servers. Considering the crazy amount of traffic amongst porn sites, their servers get heated up a lot and requires a huge amount of electricity to keep it cool. Websites like Youtube and Netflix that stream videos contribute about 1% of the total global emission. And a third of that 1% comes from porn websites. 

Since we ourselves at CBBC have been actively conducting beach cleanups in a bid to fight ocean plastic pollution, the initiative by PornHub is indeed quite refreshing. It sets a good example for other businesses across industries to take such initiatives and do what they can to fight the plastic pollution crisis. We applaud the efforts taken by PornHub to spread awareness about ocean plastic pollution. If ever you needed a good excuse to browse porn sites, then you should consider checking out “Dirtiest Porn Ever” by PornHub.

Their initiative to becoming more eco-conscious has struck a chord to others in the porn industry. Websites such as My Dirty Hobby, Team Skeet, Bang Bros, Reality Kings and Kink have all started to help with environmental matters. Either by donating a portion of profits to planting trees or to charities that are dedicated to fighting global environmental matters. Be it Plastic Pollution or Global Warming.

You know the environmental issues are a real and serious threat when frowned upon industry such as porn step up to the plate to take action. Drop a comment here after you watch it will be highly appreciated. It is all for a good cause after all!

Boot Camp Instructor Krix Luther

Krix Luther

Author/founder

Krix the founder of Clean The Beach Boot Camp has a unique passion for saving the enviroment. It stems from his love for Free Diving and his attraction to the ocean. He launched CBBC back in May 2012 and was the first ever person to put Fitness and the Environment into one single event/activity. If you wish to contact him, try doing so on his social media below.

Kuwait

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Welcome to Clean The Beach Boot Camp Kuwait

The first Kuwait Boot Camp and Beach Clean Up  was on Saturday 19th December 2015 – Below are the stats we have since then: Big thank you for everyone who has been involved.

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Beach Clean Up’s

5

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Number of Volunteers

86

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Total Trash Collected

1,190 lbs (540kg)

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Boot Camp Kuwait Schedule for 2016

[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]Saturday 15th October – Salmyia Beach

Saturday 29th October – Salmyia Beach

Saturday 12th November – Salmyia Beach[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]Saturday 26th November – Salmyia Beach

Saturday 10th December – Salmyia Beach

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Boot Camp Kuwait Routine: 

09:45AM – Meet at Beach 
10:00AM – Free Fitness Class
11:00AM – Clean The Beach
11:45AM – Take all collected Rubbish to the Pickup Point
12:00AM – Lunch (find a new place to hang out)

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What do you need to Bring?

To get involved you need to bring clothes you don’t mind getting wet and sandy. Also, drinking water, towel and suncream. The Boot Camp is almost always on a Saturday & starts at 10:00AM. It runs Every other Saturday.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]

Previous Boot Camps & Beach Clean Up’s

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Date: 5th March 2016
Location: Salmiya Beach

Volunteers: 17
Trash in lbs: 310

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Date: 2nd April 2016
Location: Salmiya Beach

Volunteers: 10
Trash in lbs: 180

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Date:19th December 2015
Location: Salmiya Beach

Volunteers: 15
Trash in lbs: 170

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Date: 23rd January 2016
Location: Salmiya Beach

Volunteers: 26
Trash in lbs: 300

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Date: 20th Febuary 2016
Location: Salmiya Beach

Volunteers: 18
Trash in lbs: 230

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Angola

Angola

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]The first Clean The Beach Boot Camp Angola was on 12th of December 2015 – Founded by local expat Mario de Oliveira Below are the stats we have since then: Big thank you to everyone who has been involved & attended such an awesome event.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]

Beach Clean Up’s

7

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Number of Volunteers

183

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Total Trash Collected:

3,080 lbs (1,400kg)

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Angola Boot Camp Schedule for 2016

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Angola Boot Camp Routine: 

08:45AM – Meet at Beach 
09:00AM – Free Fitness Class
10:00AM – Clean The Beach
10:45AM – Take all collected Rubbish to the Pickup Point
11:00AM – Lunch (find a new place to hang out)

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What do you need to Bring?

To get involved you need to bring clothes you don’t mind getting wet and sandy. Also, drinking water, towel and suncream. The Boot Camp is almost always on a Sunday & starts at 09:00AM. It runs Every other Sunday.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]

Previous Boot Camps & Beach Clean Up’s

Below are just some of the Photos of the previous Beach Clean Ups we have done since 2015 – We dont have all the photos of each Clean The Beach Boot Camps we have done –  but it gives you a good idea.

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Date: 12th March 2016
Location:

Volunteers: 21
Trash in lbs: 400[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_single_image image=”954″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_shadow_3d” onclick=”link_image” css_animation=”none”][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]

Date: 29th March 2016
Location:

Volunteers: 21
Trash in lbs: 490[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_single_image image=”953″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_shadow_3d” onclick=”link_image” css_animation=”appear”][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]

Date: 9th April 2016
Location:

Volunteers: 24
Trash in lbs: 440[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_single_image image=”958″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_shadow_3d” onclick=”link_image” css_animation=”appear”][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]

Date: 19th December 2015
Location:

Volunteers: 15
Trash in lbs: 310[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_single_image image=”957″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_shadow_3d” onclick=”link_image” css_animation=”appear”][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]

Date: 9th January 2016
Location:

Volunteers: 32
Trash in lbs: 610[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/3″][vc_single_image image=”956″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_shadow_3d” onclick=”link_image” css_animation=”appear”][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]

Date: 23th January 2016
Location:

Volunteers: 50
Trash in lbs: 800[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column width=”1/2″][vc_single_image image=”959″ img_size=”full” alignment=”center” style=”vc_box_shadow_3d” onclick=”link_image” css_animation=”none”][vc_column_text css_animation=”none”]

Mario de Oliveira the founder of Clean The Beach Boot Camp – Angola – Mario lived and Trained in Thailand for over a year, he trained and fought in Thailand in the countries National Sport of Muay Thai, There after Mario Certified himself in TFW (Training for Warriors) Level 1 & Level 2. After moving to Angola Mario decided to Launch the Clean The Beach Boot Camp project in Angola

Date: 12th December 2015
Location: Luanda Ilha/Baia Azul Benguela
Volunteers: 20
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6 Types of Water Pollution

6 Types of Water Pollution

6 Types of Water Pollution That We Must Solve ASAP

Causes of Water PollutionWater is life and true enough H20 is right there with oxygen.

Almost every living creature on this planet from the smallest critters to the giant blue whale depends on water. For this reason, its alarming to know that many of the earth’s salt and freshwater sources are now exposed to pollution.

This begs the question: what is water pollution and why it should matter to everyone?

According to the “Water for Life” report by the United Nations Department of Economic and Social Affairs, more people now die today from unsafe water than war and other forms of violence on an annual basis. About 3.575 million people die from water-related diseases such as cholera, diarrhoea, and dysentery in just a year.

To understand why such a crisis is happening on our planet today, we need to take a look at its root cause- water pollution. As you know, water is a good place for bacteria and other harmful microorganisms to thrive. Water is also prone to contamination from harmful chemicals such as pesticides and sewage waste.

Different Types of Water Pollution that Threatens the Environment

In this post, we will be discussing the different types of water pollution and their adverse effects on the environment:

  1. Plastic and Surface Water Pollution

There is no hiding the fact that our oceans are now filled with plastic. The Great Pacific garbage patch has an estimated 80,000 tons of plastic that just floats around in an island-like cluster. While many plastics settles on the surface of the water, the less buoyant ones eventually end up at the bottom of the ocean.

Aside from plastic, other garbage such as wood chips and styrofoam also drift on top of the water. The real danger of plastic ending up in the water is that a lot of birds and marine life form think of them as food. Animals who ingest plastic usually die either from chemical poisoning or from it blocking their digestive system.

Plastic is also known to cause suffocation and other injuries to small animals that come in contact with them. This is a serious problem, especially because even the most progressive countries can only recycle 5-per cent of their plastic waste. Furthermore, 50-percent of the plastic produced in the world ends up as pollutants or garbage.

  1. Oil Spillage

We all know that oil and water don’t mix. Ship fuel, for example, will still on top of seawater. Oil spillage from a damaged or sunk ship is dangerous to marine animals because they remain afloat unless they are cleaned. The challenge, however, is that removing oil spills from the sea is a daunting task that requires a lot of manpower if not equipment and ships.

One of the most recent oil spills, the Deepwater Horizon oil spill in 2010, saw 53,000 barrels of oil dumped into the Gulf of Mexico. It is considered as one of the largest incidents of its kind in history where an estimated 82,000 birds, about 26,000 marine animals, and roughly 6,000 turtles dead.

Although not as damaging as capsized ships, poorly maintained ships also play a major role in the amount of oil that is now mixed into our ocean.

  1. Chemical Water Pollution

It’s no secret that a lot of factories and manufacturing plants dump their waste on bodies of water such as rivers, lakes and even the sea. Some cities even use their river systems as part of their sewage system outlet. In most cases, this renders the bodies of water to pollution and killing most of the fish and aquatic organisms in it.

Unknown to many, some farmers also end up polluting their source of irrigation whenever they use harmful chemicals such as pesticides. Agricultural areas which experience a large amount of rainfall a year are more prone to the effects of water pollution. When farms become flooded or overflows, the harmful chemicals can get mixed with the water which will end up in the nearby places.

Animal waste from poultry farms and piggery farms can also pollute the water. In many third world countries, they usually dump these waste on river systems or ponds. Unclean water from these contaminated bodies of water can cause several waterborne diseases such as typhoid fever and hepatitis.

  1. Nutrients Pollution

It might surprise you but not all nutrients that end up on the bodies of water are good for its marine inhabitants. Nutrients such as potassium, nitrogen, and phosphorus encourage algae growth. While algae are known as fish food, the problem arises when they overpopulate the water. When this happens, this can cause oxygen starvation for the rest of the organisms on the water.

On the other hand, this can also be harmful to humans or animals living near these infected waters. Aside from making the water undrinkable, they can also clog filters. This type of water pollution often occurs in industrial or agricultural areas.

  1. Suspended Matter Pollution

Some water pollutants are also not visible to the naked eye. Chemicals, particles, and substances that do not easily dissolve often cause suspended water pollution. In time, particles such as silt which comes from decayed matter will eventually settle at the bottom the bodies of water.

Suspended matter can eventually kill many of the aquatic organisms that settle at the bottom of the river, lake, pond or ocean. Most of these substances are foreign to the bodies of water which can upset the delicate chemical balance. This has numerous water pollution effects such as making the streams and lakes less acidic.

  1. Groundwater Pollution

Rivers and lakes aren’t the only sources of fresh water. In some places, you can dig water from under the ground. Rural areas in third world countries usually rely on groundwater, especially those who don’t have water concessionaires in their area. However, even groundwater is also prone to pollution.

Chemicals from landfills and highly polluted areas can sip in the ground especially when they mixed with rainwater. In turn, they can contaminate the groundwater source that eventually supplies water through pumps or deep wells. The toxins and other harmful chemicals mixed in the water can cause several waterborne diseases.

Conclusion

Water pollution is a serious threat to every life on this planet. The sad part is that we humans are the major contributor or cause water pollution. However, we too hold the solution to end this global crisis especially if we do our part to recycle and observe proper waste disposal.

 

 

 

 

Top 5 Causes of Plastic Pollution

Top 5 Causes of Plastic Pollution

Top 5 Causes of Plastic Pollution

Causes of Plastic Pollution

It’s hard to imagine a world without plastic products. Modern society won’t be the same if plastic wasn’t discovered by Leo Baekeland in 1907. However, because of how it’s commonly used in almost everywhere it has also been one of the largest contributors to global pollution.

Every year more than 300 tons of plastic are produced for different uses from almost every industry from the food sector to manufacturing. Demand for plastic has drastically increased since half a century ago and the current production is expected to quadruple by 2050.

Unfortunately, because of littering and improper waste disposal plastic has aided in many catastrophic events. Of the total manufactured plastic products each year, only 5% are recycled and 40% ends up on landfills. The remaining 55% is considered rubbish and pollutes our environment, especially our oceans.

Today, birds and marine animals die of ingesting, strangling and suffocating from plastic. Cities with poor garbage disposal also become prone to excessive flooding because plastic also clogs drainage systems and canals.

The Main Causes of Plastic Pollution

So, what causes plastic pollution that allowed this to turn into a global crisis? Below are some of the main causes of this catastrophe.

  1. Rising Human Population and Dependence on Plastic

In 2011, the world population reached the 7 billion mark, and today it is estimated that there are roughly 7.5 billion humans on the planet, based on the data by the World Population Review. With the rise of the human population, you can also expect the demand for plastic to increase and in turn the rubbish that they can accommodate within their lifetime.

The average American person produces almost 35 kilos of plastic bottles and other similar products as trash. While this figure may be higher or lower in other countries, it gives us an idea of how dependent people are on plastic products. It also reflects our inability or unwillingness to recycle or reuse these single-use plastic products.

People who are in the move are also more likely to throw away the plastic on the streets and just about everywhere. A study by Keep America Beautiful revealed that 52% of people who litter are motorists and another 23% are pedestrians.

  1. The Food Industry which Packs Everything on Plastic

About a third of the plastic that pollutes our land and oceans are from food wrappers. This can be everything from your gum wrapper to the bag of your favourite potato chips. We usually take packed foods almost anywhere even to the summit of a mountain or on the coastal beaches. As such, this type of plastic garbage can end up even in the unlikeliest of places and not just in highly urbanized areas.

Packaging companies have used plastic to wrap and preserve food because it is much cheaper to produce than any other alternative such as paper. Plastics also resist water and moisture which is essential in making sure that the food inside won’t get spoiled.

However, when plastic is ingested by animals and birds they don’t break down and excreted, unlike other organic materials. The toxic chemicals from the plastic can also poison the animal or block their digestive system which eventually leads to their death. While there are alternatives such as using reusable bags made of paper and other biodegradable materials, very few food companies are willing to compromise with this solution.

  1. Plastic Bottles and Container Caps

Your favourite on-the-go drink is another cause of plastic pollution. If you visit your nearest convenience store you can see tons of beverages and drinks that are contained in plastic bottles. This can be anywhere between bottled water, energy drinks, coffee, and carbonated drinks.

The main problem with plastic bottles is that we consume a lot of them. Today, we are using roughly 500 billion bottled waters a year. Given that more than half of our rubbish ends up as pollutants, you can easily imagine its impact on the environment. Plastic bottles are also seen as food by many birds especially those species that fish on the sea, such as the Pacific Albatros.

Container caps are also another item that is commonly found inside the bellies of birds and animals who died of plastic ingestion. Fortunately, there are simple solutions to reduce our dependence on plastic bottles such as carrying a personal water bottle that can be refilled.

  1. Plastic Bags and Carriers

Imagine a product that you have to use in less than a minute and then you won’t have to use it again. This is basically what plastic bags are. You put your groceries in them and once you hit home it immediately ends up in the trash can. The real evil of plastic bags, however, is that they can easily be transported by animals, natural causes and just by the wind. They also tangle almost into anything from trees, waterways, and even on living creatures.

Almost every establishment also use plastic bags to let customers carry the product they just purchased. While highly reusable, most plastic bags are designed for single use. Every time you hit the convenience store, for example, you get to have one of these bags, but the next time you went again to the store only a handful of people will reuse the same plastic bag.

The good news is that many cities have restricted the use of plastic bags. People are now encouraged to use reusable eco bags that are made of disposable fabric or any other organic materials. Some businesses even offer discounts and other incentives for customers who shop using their eco-bags.

  1. Plastic Straws and Stirrers

Another small plastic item that has a huge impact on the environment are straws and stirrers. Much like bottle caps and tiny plastic wrappers, these items can easily be digested by marine animals and birds. They are also items which can easily be replaced, if not banned permanently. You can still drink your favourite milk tea or beverage directly from the cup or glass, couldn’t you?

The real danger of plastic straws is there is little to zero chance that they can be recycled because of its structure. In the US, roughly 500 straws and stirrers are used every day. A huge percentage of these plastic products may well end up on the nose of sea turtles or in the bellies of fish.

Many companies have also thought of several ideas to replace plastic straws. Some use straws made out of bamboo or stainless metal which can also be re-used. Paper straws and stirrers are also used by other food companies because of their biodegradable properties.

Conclusion

If we want to reduce the plastic pollution on our planet the solution is simple- reduce, reuse and recycle. Knowing what the top contributors of plastic pollution are we can reduce the plastic products we use and replace them with other environment-friendly alternatives.