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A Plastic Planet Jun 15
Americans Eat & Inhale Over 70,000 Plastic Particles A Year reports Another major study just published about all the in our bodies.
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Pacific Rim NPR 2h
are pieces of plastic less than 5mm long, which form from the break-up of large plastics by wave and wind action. These small fragments can be harmful to the ocean’s ecosystems and marine life. Photo: D. Lukinuk, Parks Canada
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Jim Nasium 19h
Humans are eating and drinking enough plastic to make a credit card every week
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Vincent Verney Jun 13
Looking for PhD candidate on
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Witterings Beach Crafts Jun 15
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Shrink your print 43m
How many do the Brits inhale then? Seriously worrying statistics.
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Scientific Reports Jun 15
Laurent Lebreton, , has shared how his highly-cited article on the Great Pacific Garbage Patch came about in an exclusive interview
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George Cox 6h
Good summary from on the health implications of the crisis
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Gianclaudio Casutt 23h
Another huge producer! Driver😱😱😱
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Matthew LaPointe 3h
Environmental issues like are difficult to wrap your head around. The fact that we are filling our oceans with isn't. This same plastic is winding its way back onto your plate. This is a common cause.
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Science Advice for Policy by European Academies Jun 8
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Mustafa Siddiqui 17h
If knowing the environmental mess of using bottled water didn’t change your behavior then know that you ingest 22 times more if you drink instead of
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DonaldPatrickLawson Jun 6
New research entitled 'Human Consumption of Microplastics' by Cox et al. published in Environmental Science & Technology this week has analyzed 26 studies from around the world and calculated the average amount of found in common consumables.
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AquaHacking Jun 15
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Ocean Clean Wash Jun 12
There are more 1,000 feet deep in the ocean than there are in the Great Pacific Garbage Patch, even though it's long been believed that most of plastic floats. Microfibers had already been found in the deep ocean! 👕
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Aaron Jun 15
Submerged are widely distributed in , from the surface to thousands of feet deep.
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In case you missed the preprint: Here is the conversation and I had on the multifaceted risks of . Started as an argument on Twitter, turned into soul-searching on the meaning of risk, precaution and wicked problems.
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City of Boroondara 19h
Learn more about the important issue of at our upcoming workshop with Yarra Riverkeeper Association Education Manager Nicole Koalczyk. Book your place today:
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David Svab 5h
Humans may be consuming anywhere from 39,000 to 52,000 microplastic particles a year. With added estimates of how much might be inhaled, that number is more than 74,000, with yet unknown long-term health impacts.
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