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Masks stop the spread of COVID-19 but they can’t be recycled and are contributing to the plastic pollution crisis.
These Halloween decorations are pure trash — and that's the point.
The federal government released a list of six items to be banned by the end of 2021.
Those fake spider webs might not be the worst thing in the world, but holiday decor isn't totally off the environmental hook.
Disposable shopping bags, cutlery and straws could all be prohibited.
We all tend to feel self-righteous when we recycle, but it's supposed to be a last resort that we should avoid as long as possible.
Scientists are researching ways of cleaning up some ocean plastic, but say the only way to adequately address the problem is to stop it at its source.
Ordering your drinks without straws is a small sacrifice but a big step to reducing the amount of plastic we produce and waste.
Researchers are just starting to learn about the two-metre, scale-free ragfish with cartilage skeleton and flabby flesh found in Alaskan waters, and the faceless fish found in Australian waters, whose eyes, gills and mouth are hidden. That we're still discovering new wonders in the oceans is even more reason to protect them. We have a long way to go, though.