The ban doesn’t solve the bulk of microplastics entering EU waters.
These measures “failed to produce a detectable decrease or decline in methane emissions associated with coal production,” the team writes.
The study was performed on Chinese cities — but the air pollution problem is very much a global one.
Cleaning up makes economic sense.
In the Canadian Arctic, mercury isn’t rising only in thermometers.
More than 100 turtles were tested — all had synthetic fibers in their guts.
Unexpected but not unwelcome!
This could be a very bad development.
This isn’t the first time we’ve tried copying termites.
We’re really good at setting bad standards.
A gruelling reminder to curb our plastic pollution.
When glaciers fall to the dark side, methane happens.
The drugs we take are reaching natural ecosystems, and moving up the food chain.
Pollution is a silent killer — and it’s affecting almost all the planet’s children.
A story that has some ‘ew’ — but definitely a lot of ‘wow’, too.
Great news from Europe!
It’s the first to show that humans are eating plastic.
I like trees.
A small device to tackle a huge problem.
Ultimately, what the mosquito eats, we eat as well.