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World Oceans Day: Is pandemic protection worth the plastic pollution?
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Scientists found the microplastics in 100% of water samples taken from nine major European rivers from May to November.
Who are the world's top ten marine plastic polluters?
A recent survey of marine plastics counted up which big brands were responsible for the most waste.
WATCH | Robots to clear plastic from 1000 rivers over 5 years
Non-profit The Ocean Cleanup has launched its next mission to rid the world's water sources of plastic.
Which country has just made plastic-stemmed cotton buds illegal?
The British nation leading the way with a new law banning single-use cotton buds.
The dirty subject one photographer wants to remind us of
Elizabeth Hoff releases powerful photos of models swimming in plastic, showing the pollution destroying our oceans.
These brave women volunteered for a voyage to research plastic
Over two years and more than 38000 nautical miles, a 73ft yacht will carry hundreds of women on a groundbreaking research mission.
Experts sound alarm over rising microplastics in Mediterranean
Experts sound alarm over rising microplastics in Mediterranean Sea
Microplastics are in our drinking water, warns WHO
Plastic particles of the kind harming sealife are also present in drinking water, the WHO says. But dirty water remains a bigger health concern.
Popular baby dugong dies in Thailand after 'ingesting plastic waste'
Popular baby dugong dies in Thailand after "ingesting plastic waste"
The Brief: High levels of microplastics found in Arctic snow
The Brief: High levels of microplastics found in Arctic snow. Scientists say these tiny particles could be airborne across vast distances - raising concerns over the potential risk to both human and animal health.
'Shock' as scientists find plastic microbeads in remote Arctic ice
Micro-plastic pieces have been found in remote Arctic ice — the latest indication of how far pollution has spread across the planet.
Watch: Swimming from Hawaii to San Francisco to clean up the ocean
Ben Lecomte is swimming from Hawaii to San Francisco to better understand how plastic is affecting our oceans.
Plastic waste 'goes up by 40% during the summer'
Thousands of plastic bags were pulled from the Aegean Sea off Greece’s Andros island this month by a team of divers and environmentalists who described what they found as a “gulf full of plastic corals".
What if you could fuel your car and power your home using plastic?
Groundbreaking technology could turn your plastic waste into into energy.
Animal, plant, or plastic based: Which leather should you choose?
Leather and leather alternatives both have their own environmental problems. We try to help you decide which you should choose.
Eco-friendly Home: 10 swaps for your cleaning routine
In light of Unilever's research into refillable household products we look at ways to reduce plastic waste in your cleaning routine.
How to wash your clothes in an eco-friendly way
How to transform your clothes washing habits to have less of an environmental impact.
Watch: Italy's answer to the problem with plastic
Testing is being carried out to confirm bioplastics disintegrate in the sea without harming aquaculture.
Greek fishermen paid to collect rubbish caught from the sea for recycling
Fishermen are being paid €200 a month to recycle waste from their nets. More and more plastic and cans are being pulled from the waters together with the fish. A new Greek company called Enaleia has backing from Greek and foreign donors to introduce a more sustainable way of fishing.
#GoodReads | Plastic vs fish, slow fashion and how much water to drink
The second week of June brings us the best in sustainable content from around the web