Dr. John Walther
This paper provides a comparison of the levels of plastic pollution found in marine debris on beaches in Melbourne and San Francisco. Using the levels of this debris, the effectiveness of each city's public policy regarding oceans can be analyzed.
Engaged Learning 2014, marine debris, plastic pollution, environmental policy
Public Affairs, Public Policy and Public Administration | Social and Behavioral Sciences
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Johansson, Kirsten, "Reducing Plastic Marine Debris through Policy: A Comparison of Melbourne and San Francisco" (2014). Collection of Engaged Learning. 44.