(Elias Marat) When the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the world earlier this year, plunging much of the world into lockdown conditions, it seemed that nature was finally being given a major breather – so much so that breathless stories spread across the world about animals taking back their environs, along with memes and social media posts about how “the earth is healing.”
(Andy Corbley) Have you ever gone to a public event and seen the trash cans filled to burst with plastic bottles and experienced a little anxiety over the knowledge that a large amount of it will end up in landfills?
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(Strange Sounds) As ships cruise across the ocean, they emit a large number of small airborne particles —aerosols — into the lower atmosphere.
(Ralph Flores) Bad news, salt lovers — a recent study says that over 90 percent of salts sold across the world contain microplastics. The study, published in the journal Environmental Science and Technology, looked at 39 salt brands from 21 countries, including the U.S. and China.
(Andy Corbley) Utilizing an enzyme found within composted leaves, scientists are now breaking down plastic all the way into a recyclable form in a matter of hours. Carbios, the French company responsible for the breakthrough, is already collaborating with Pepsi and L’Oréal to unleash industrial market-scale production of the new substance within five years.
(Elias Marat) With the world’s oceans awash in plastic, beaches and islands across the globe are waging an uphill battle in the struggle to manage the plastic debris washing ashore—especially the millions of tiny microplastics that are nearly impossible to sift from the sand.
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(Edsel Cook) Wireless technology is not the only source of electromagnetic field pollution in the modern home. The electrical wires running through the typical house can generate “dirty electricity” that is harmful to a person’s well-being.
(Joe McCarthy and Erica Sanchez) Microplastics pervade the planet.