Why Jack Johnson Sailed the Sargasso Sea Searching for Plastic

Published 12 Jun 2018, 13:34 BST
Why Jack Johnson Sailed the Sargasso Sea Searching for Plastic

Singer, songwriter, and musician Jack Johnson is known for his soothing melodies and go-with-the-flow personality. But when it comes to plastic pollution tainting the ocean, Johnson refuses to go-with-the-flow.

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