Michiel Roscam Abbing, who works at the Plastic Soup Foundation and is the author of the book: “This book fulfills a worldwide need for objective information. Different aspects of the plastic soup are placed in perspective in an accessible manner. That is done with the use of the most recent scientific insights, penetrating photos and infographics.By embracing plastics, humanity has saddled itself with a very complicated and far-reaching environmental problem, that manifests itself differently everywhere. I hope this book will encourage readers to think and to act.”
Jacqueline Cramer, former Dutch Minister for the Environment and chairwoman of the Supervisory Board of the Plastic Soup Foundation: “Everybody should read this book from cover to cover.”
Rebecca Bright, editor of the Island Press: ”Ocean pollution is a critical global issue, and this beautiful book is a resource and an inspiration for those looking for creative solutions. We’re proud to publish this edition of Plastic Soup and bring it to English-speaking readers around the world.”
Read here an interview of the author in Transform.
Order here the Plastic Soup Atlas!