Two new books from Albert Bates help us learn how to tame plastic waste and transform it into useable products that minimize our waste stream.
The average American uses more than 38,000 straws over a lifetime without thinking about the implications of all this plastic going to waste and polluting our oceans.
Thanks to charitable giving & leadership of cities on climate change, Michael Bloomberg may go down in history as one of the great environmentalists…
Method Home, Lush, Dell, G-Star RAW and Norton Sunglasses are among the companies putting plastic ocean waste to use in their products & packaging.
Polyester fleece clothing sure is cozy and comfy, but it just may be trashing our oceans by shedding microfibers in our washing machines that are too small for wastewater treatment facilities to filter out.
Dear EarthTalk: How is it that our more effectively managing ocean resources could help us better feed the world? — Missy Jenkins, Boone, IA Hunger is a growing problem around the world, in both developing and developed countries. As our population continues to rise, the amount of arable land per capita is declining and climate change […]
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The Whole Blue Truth A review of Oceana: Our Endangered Oceans and What We Can Do to Save Them by Ted Danson and Michael D’Orso
A review of Oceana: Our Endangered Oceans and What We Can Do to Save Them by Ted Danson and Michael D’Orso