Crew

✈ Get to know us a little better by learning which team members are crew on specific expeditions, and what wonderful experiences and discoveries our passionate Eco-Odyssey family wants to share with you. 



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The Eco-Odyssey Amazon expedition: Nov-Dec 2011

• Two of our team members participated in the 'Worldwise Expedition' to Brazil's Amazon regions. By river boat and smaller river canoes, our crew explored the upper reaches of the Rio Negro, departing from Manaus and continuing north towards Santa Isobel.


• Multiple tributaries were explored and team members Janot Prat and Cara Blomfield set off to hike, climb, and walk some of the most remote regions of the Amazon jungle. Mission accomplished, great job team!



Janot Prat. Image © Eco-Odyssey Foundation

Cara Blomfield. Image © Eco-Odyssey Foundation

☛ To read more on each Eco-Odyssey 'Amazon Adventure' participant, please link to our 'Founders and Team' page for respective biographies. 

http://www.eco-odyssey.com/main/about/founders.html







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An ocean Gyre is formed from a web of currents influenced by wind and the rotation of earth.

The result is a slow-moving whirlpool system of water covering huge patches of ocean and capable of accumulating an immeasurable amount of rubbish.

Debris gets caught in the cycle and flows towards the centre of the spinning Gyre.

There are 5 major oceanic 'Gyres' in the world collecting decades of garbage from every corner of the globe.

Ocean Gyres may be far out at sea, but they are exposing the harsh realities of ocean pollution; and world pollution.

Please be aware of your consumption of disposable plastics and materials that will never degrade from our planet. The ocean cannot carry the weight of our waste forever.

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