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New research suggests the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, a collection of plastic in the Pacific Ocean between California and Hawaii, is up to 16 times larger than previously thought. The patch is suggested to be 790,000 tons – or three times the size of France – and growing.
A study that found the presence of microplastics in bottles of water has caused the World Health Organization to carry out an urgent assessment of the potential risks of plastic to human health.
A unique five-year journey to teach children in far-flung destinations of the danger of plastic pollution has reached a milestone.
Plastic bags are a common sight in our everyday lives, but what do we really know about their life cycle? From the moment they are made to the moment they are disposed of, plastic bags have a significant impact on the environment. This infographic takes a closer look at the life cycle of a plastic bag and shows how we can reduce our use of them.
Do you drink bottled water? If so, you’re not alone. But did you know that plastic water bottles are a major source of pollution? In this article, we’ll share 3 easy tips for reducing your plastic water bottle consumption.