ourney from the labs, classrooms and art studios of UConn to a threatened Caribbean island to the waters of Long Island Sound in the Spring-Summer 2020 issue of Wrack Lines.
The articles deal with subjects ranging from plastic pollution to solar-electric boating to a project at a school for girls in the Dominican Republic. This issue’s theme: “Too Big? Too Late? Acting locally to take on the world’s major challenges” summarizes the common thread: the stories all give examples of people doing their part to make some daunting problems a bit less overwhelming.
Getchis, Tessa; Verde, Tom; Ebbin, Syma; Pascucilla, Michael; and Benson, Judy, "Wrack Lines Volume 20, Number 1, Too Big? Too Late? Acting locally to take on the world's major challenges" (2020). Wrack Lines. 108.
Editor's column, contents and contributors
wracklines-S2020 B paradise.pdf (2303 kB)
In a paradise threatened, teaching girls to be the change they want to see
wracklines-S2020 B pawcatuck artist.pdf (6138 kB)
As plastic trash fills the ocean, Pawcatuck artist finds a disturbing source of inspiration
wracklines-S2020 B plastic pollution.pdf (5567 kB)
From tiny shards to tons in the sea, plastic pollution presents a challenge to labs, beaches and society
wracklines-S2020 B Lifelong journey.pdf (4569 kB)
A lifelong environmental journey: my love of nature led to the New England woods, the Pacific Northwest and a UConn classroom
wracklines-S2020 B Plying the sound.pdf (3382 kB)
Plying the Sound while preventing pollution in the water and air