Select start time and end time of the animation loop
Click the button above when you set the Drifter time range
Click the second button while you need to reset the time slider after you set time range
Do you know where marine litter comes from? A lot of litter generated on land actually ends up in the ocean, but how?
WWF-Hong Kong, in cooperation with MakerBay, has designed a tracking device to simulate how litter enters the sea through storm drains and rivers, and is working with students from 11 schools to trace the journey of litter. This helps us understand
the source of marine litter in Hong Kong and solve the problem together. If you find this device washed onto the shore, please pick it up and contact WWF (firstname.lastname@example.org)
21st Jun - Tsang Pik Shan Secondary School
28th Jun - Po Leung Kuk Ho Yuk Ching (1984) College
29th Jun - New Territories Heung Yee Kuk Yuen Long District Secondary School
3rd Jul - Shueng Shui Government Secondary School
4th Jul - Pui Shing Catholic Secondary School
8th Jul - HKSKH Bishop Hall Secondary School
11th Jul - True Light Girls' College
12th Jul - Buddhist Mau Fung Memorial College
13th Jul - Lai King Catholic Secondary School
21st Jul - Buddhist Fat Ho Memorial College
WHERE DOES OUR TRASH GO? Have you ever wondered where trash ends up after it has been washed down a storm drain or river? If so, you can now find out! WWF has partnered with MakerBay and created a GPS device designed to track the origin
and destination of #MarineLitter. Watch the video to check out how it works.
Credits and great thanks to : Patrick Yeung, Nicole Lam, Jennifer Cheng, Maggie Kwok (WWF) and the Marine Litter Detective Team [Cesar Jung-Harada, Rohak Singhal (MakerBay), Eddie Yung (Green Orange)], Michael CY CHENG (INDEPENDENT), Shuyang [Seeed
Studio],"Student Drifter Program" Prof James Manning[NOAA] and Xavier Huanxin Xu [NOAA], Tom Chi, Jie Qi [MIT], Cy Keener [Stanford University].