Elias Marat – In a historical first, a giant floating machine designed to clean up plastic from the ocean is collecting trash from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
John Vibes – According to a new study published on Tuesday in Frontiers in Marine Science, manta rays and whale sharks in Indonesia are consuming between 63 and 137 pieces of plastic pollution per hour.
Jordan Davidson – Fionn Ferreira, an 18 year-old Irish wunderkind, who won the grand prize at the 2019 Google Science Fair for creating a method to remove microplastics from the ocean.
John Vibes – The Coca-Cola corporation recently announced that they were able to make a few plastic bottles out of trash that was pulled from the ocean.
Dr. Mercola – For the second year in a row, The Coca-Cola Co. was found to be the most polluting brand in a global audit of plastic trash.
Jordan Davidson – An enormous floating device designed by Dutch scientists for the non-profit Ocean Cleanup successfully captured and removed plastic from the Great Pacific Garbage Patch.
John Vibes – A vast amount of the produce that can be found at Trader Joe’s is needlessly covered in plastic, but that is about to change.
Jordan Davidson – Ireland is ready to say goodbye to plastic cutlery, plastic balloon sticks and grocery items wrapped in plastic.
Elias Marat – Sustainable plastics are needed more than ever.
Olivia Rosane – Are biodegradable consumer products a sham?
Elias Marat – Whether we like it or not, our society has become completely reliant on plastic.
Anna Hunt – One would expect very little plastic, if any, on an uninhabited island.
Vic Bishop – Once you’re high, simply throw the plastic cup in the trash and buy more.
Case Adams – A recent study finds drinking from containers lined with BPA can immediately raise ones blood pressure. Did you notice the word ‘immediately’?
Anastasia Pantsios, EcoWatch Waking Times When a research team set sail on a nine-month, worldwide expedition in 2010 to study the impact of global warming on Earth’s oceans, one of…
John Deike, EcoWatch Waking Times Michael Green, an environmental health executive and father of a feisty toddler named Juliette, worked to rid his cabinets of baby bottles and plastic cups…
Joshua Corn, Guest Waking Times The great American novelist Normal Mailer once said, “I sometimes think that there is a malign force loose in the universe that is the social equivalent…
Christina Sarich, Staff Writer Waking Times The Google Science Fair has recently awarded Elif Bilgin, a 16-year old from Istanbul, Turkey, $50,000 as part of the Science in Action Award,…
Alex Pietrowski, Staff Writer Waking Times About 300 million tons of plastic are produced each year. In the US alone, about 30+ million tons of plastic waste is dumped into…