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A Plastic Planet Sep 19
Up to 700,000 clothing fibres can end up in the water supply after a wash, accounting for more than 1/3 of ocean microplastics! Tonight 's 'Cheap Clothing: The Real Cost?' looks at why we need to change our attitude towards consumption
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Jeff Ranson Sep 21
Styrofoam beads all over the ground. The telltale sign of an insulated stucco exterior Reno. With pollution all over the news, how is this a thing? What’s the point of energy…
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iBan Plastic 18h
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Vivi Bolin 3h
Great turnout for the organised for by at Donmouth. Depressing amount of . Takeaway is clearly a huge waste problem on urban beaches. Cutest litter award goes to the wee fish bottle (sushi takeaway?)
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Amanda Barrett Sep 21
This is over 100 pieces of picked up on less than 1 foot of Putney foreshore in under 5 minutes. How do we fix this???
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Wet Tribe Sep 21
Initial reports from crews 🚮 say while large debris is down, except for 👻, as our recent study suggests, 🔬 is increasing as large debris breaks down in the environment. ☹ ❤🌊
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Kelsey Sunderland Sep 16
The 14-month study found that on average, there are four particles of in every gallon of water in Tampa Bay.
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iBan Plastic Sep 21
, Could washing your clothes be the planet? Here we talk about in our clothes and some great solutions on how to reduce .
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AgriChar Sep 20
Alarming level of in children's bodies. Every 4th child (3-5 y o) so heavily burdened with that long-term damage cannot safely be ruled out. Plastic from cleaning products, waterproof clothing, food packaging main sources.
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Giuseppe Suaria Sep 18
Super-thrilled for receiving today the best oral presentation award at the International Conference on pollution in the Sea! Thank you very much to the jury and to the organisers for such an amazing conference!
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Mona Ebdrup Sep 21
Cleaning up our mess on . To our surprise the city forest of was quite clean, but we are sure the many times we picked up all the tiny pieces of and on our 14K through the city will be felt in our thighs tomorrow 😅🤸🏽‍♀️🌱
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Planetary News Sep 14
Will Be the Shameful Artifact Our Descendants Dig Up | Exponentially so: Since the 1940s, when plastic production began to deposition rates have doubled every 15 years. | ...
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Dr. Tom O'Bryan Sep 19
Plastic has worked its way into our bodies.
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orangeorchard Sep 15
According to geology and hydrology professor Dr. Martin Knoll of the University of the South in Sewanee, levels in the are among the highest ever measured.
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Andrew Whelton Sep 20
Time to get rid of my partially recycled bottle. It’s not “designed” for leaving . Don’t want it to spontaneously combust or something.
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Iguana Foundation Sep 21
A juvenile Marine iguana rests on the beach. This is particularly susceptible to micro ingestion.This year we funded research into ingestion by these iguanas by taking samples of algae, blood+faeces to look at levels of accumulation.
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INVAS Biosecurity Sep 18
contamination in is threatening the growth of , according to a new study. Earthworms ingest dead organic matter, help maintain healthy soil as well as contribute to the availability of nutrients in the soil
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Stonybrook Water Co. Sep 20
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Bakeri Group Sep 19
On 15th Aug 2019, our Prime Minister, Shri Narendra Modi addressed the issue and urged people and government agencies to spread awareness and stop using single-use plastic.
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Beat the Microbead Sep 20
New detection devices could record pollution levels in real time Traditional testing via tow nets & lab analysis is slow & expensive, but a new generation of sensors is being developed to measure microplastics faster & at various depths 👉
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