Not long ago I wrote in one of y blog articles that he challenge of ocean garbage was sad and a solution was unlikely soon I was wrong: My Modern Met digital magazine revealed a wonderful story about a young man Boyan Slat; here is an excerpt from the article.
” . . . Boyan Slat, a young inventor who set out to fight against the world’s plastic pollution problem. At only 20 years old, he developed an invention aimed at tackling the world’s largest patch of garbage, the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.”
As arid lands increase and arable lands are developed humans may discover the waste water of today can be used for numerous gardens. Agriculture and horticulture in cities , towns and suburbs may be needed to feed us. Not a new idea but perhaps a time to restate its potential and importance.