Trigger warning: blood and animal harm. I've participated in my share of garbage cleanups around my home town. Canada's winters will hide a host of detritus to be revealed by meltwaters come spring. Even in a place far from the sea like Ottawa, I am very aware of where all this roadside plastic will end up…
Every year, millions of single-use plastic straws get washed up on the shores of our beautiful green earth – polluting the environment, eaten by wildlife, and consequently finding their way into our food chain.
Under the Ocean has searched far and wide to compile what we think are not just any facts, but a list of 7 things we think will really shock you about plastic. 1. 93% of Americans over the age of 6 test positive for BPA (a plastic chemical) 2. Plastic production uses eight percent of…
The ocean is littered with plastics that consumers thought break down in the environment, says the UN.
Jim Ries's insight:
Olivia had the opportunity yesterday to ask a question 'live' of the NOAA scientists aboard the OKEANOS Explorer 2016 about the prevalence of plastic pollution at 4,000 meters below the surface and they confirmed they are seeing more and more plastic trash.
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