pacific garbage patch
"Some plastic had been in the sea and under the hot sun so long, it turned to powder when I touched it."
"Now that could be one side of the coin," she explained. "The other is that people continue to do this and it'll just become
“When marine animals consume plastic trash, presumably mistaking it for food, this can lead to internal blockages, dehydration
As if you needed another reason to cringe at the number of coal-fired power plants operating on our fragile Earth, a new
Moore contends that the term "garbage patch" is misleading and that it is more like "plastic soup." While one scientist has
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