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A new campaign calls for action to protect whales, dolphins, and other marine species from the 13 million tons of plastic pollution that enter our oceans every year.
Check out the 31 easy tips to reduce waste this month.
Two recent plastic pollution cleanups in the the Russian Arctic have proved one of the most 'pristine' areas of the world has been changed by human activity.
Organizations in the Gulf and across the country released a joint statement demanding that recovery funds flow to frontline communities, not to the oil, gas, and petrochemical companies that compounded Harvey's impacts.
That viral photo--taken by photographer and naturalist Justin Hofman--depicts a seahorse in the ocean near Sumbawa Island, Indonesia, clinging to a bright pink plastic cotton swab.
Organizations are launching a series of coastal cleanup activities in Asia, Europe, and North America in conjunction with International Coastal Cleanup Day on Sept. 16.
5 Gyres Institute, Plastic Pollution Coalition, Surfrider Foundation and #breakfreefromplastic join forces to raise awareness about Styrofoam pollution.
83 percent of drinking water samples worldwide tested positive for microscopic plastic fibers.
The 9 x 5 meter humpback whale is made from 3,494 single-use plastic water bottles.
A new company is breaking the 'take, make, dispose' cycle and using refill technology to reduce plastic waste.
Pamela Longobardi's newest work addresses the vast environmental and geopolitical forces re-ordering the world through oceanic plastic.
Amidst the current political turbulence among a series of hot button issues this decision might seem trivial, but it’s really not. Here’s why.
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