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Marine Life may just have adopted a plastic diet!

In a matter of grave concern, a turtle was found to have consumed plastic, highlighting a disturbing general trend with the marine life

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The EU continues support on single use plastics ban

In a matter of extreme importance, the European Union expressed its concern against plastic pollution and extended its support against ban of single use plastics

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Innovation against ocean plastic pollution shows promise

The Ocean Cleanup Project, envisioned by a young Dutch innovator, may be our biggest battle against ocean plastic pollution till date

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The largest contributors of global plastic pollution?

A study conducted in 42 countries determines the biggest brands that contribute to plastic pollution globally!

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Are we consuming sea salt or plastic salt?

 In a shocking revelation by a recent study, as much as 92% of the salt we consumer has been found to be infected with plastic

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Nepal takes a bold step to aware everyone of plastic pollution

A team in Nepal creates a record replica of the Dead Sea using plastic bags to spread awareness about plastic pollution

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Report suggests that we have been eating plastic!

A study has revealed that significant amount of microplastics have been found in human excreta

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Coca-Cola, PepsiCo and Nestle among the biggest contributors to plastic pollution

A thorough brand audit conducted by a global movement consisting of multiple organizaations such as Greenpeace have identified Coca-Cola, PepsiCo, and Nestle as the largest contributors to plastic pollution and only we are to blame for this!

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IGI Airport in Delhi to become plastic-free by 2019

This is a welcome step to note that Delhi’s IGI Airport has taken a number of steps to eliminate single-use plastic utilization and move towards being plastic free by 2019

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Heavily tourism-dependent Bali plagued with severe plastic pollutants

As much as eighty percent of Bali, Indonesia’s economy is dependent on tourists visiting its exquisite beaches. And, now all its beaches and water are strangulating in tons of plastic waste

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