Microplastics in the Ocean: Emergency or Exaggeration?

“Microplastics in the Ocean: Emergency or Exaggeration?” is the title of a sold out October 15, 2019 event that will

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Sunlight degrades polystyrene faster than expected

“Sunlight degrades polystyrene faster than expected” is the title of an October 10, 2019 Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (WHOI) news

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PepsiCo Issues Its First $1 Billion Green Bond Fund

PepsiCo has issued its first $1 billion Green Bond Fund “to address global challenges like carbon emissions, access to clean

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Patchwork Approach to Recycling Not Working

“The patchwork approach to recycling in the United States … has led to widespread consumer confusion and is a major

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Human Behavior in Mitigation of Plastic Pollution

University of Cambridge UK scholars suggest that behavioral “rather than only economic costs and benefits [be considered] in policy intervention

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Unilever Commits to Plastic Reduction and Reusability

Unilever, owner of brands including Dove, Ben & Jerry’s and Lipton, on October 7, 2019 announced “new commitments to reduce

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Baby Turtles in Boca Raton, Florida Starved by Plastic

Baby Turtles in Boca Raton, Florida Starved by Plastic, according to an October 6, 2019 UK Independent newspaper story. The

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Partners Sought to Develop Food Packaging Digestible by Animals

“Partners sought to develop food packaging that can be digested by animals” is an October 4, 2019 story published by

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Effects of Microplastics in Sea Ice

Researchers with the University of Manitoba, Winnipeg, Canada and others published a paper in the August 2019 issue of Marine

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Greenpeace Claims that Multinational Corporations are Pretending to Solve the Plastic Crisis

Multinational Corporations are “pretending to solve the plastic crisis” according to a September 30, 2019 Greenpeace report. It “warns consumers

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