Miranda Wolfe

Miranda Wolfe studied environmental sustainability, French language and Literature at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. Upon learning about plastic pollution in the world’s oceans at a very young age, she decided to study the environment. She has researched ocean plastic mitigation beginning with her International Baccalaureate Senior Thesis and is an executive member of the Environmental Honors Society, with which she has worked on projects to increase campus biodiversity, clean up plastic in the surrounding areas and raise money for various environmental organizations. Having grown up near the North Carolina coast, Miranda has always loved the ocean and has spent time snorkeling, paddle boarding and swimming in many areas along the East Coast, in the Bahamas and in the Caribbean.
People enjoy boat trip at Galve lake in Trakai, Lithuania.
Miranda Wolfe discusses ways to reduce the chances of plastic ending up in the ocean.