Getting rid of plastic waste across the board is unrealistic, but learning how to use less plastic overall — and recycle the rest — may be our best hope.
Dutch inventor Boyan Slat hopes his marine plastic collector will help solve the growing problem of too much plastic in the ocean.
Strawless in Seattle: the average American uses 38,000+ straws over a lifetime without thinking about the implications of all this plastic going to waste.
Greens are already fighting Trump’s new executive orders revoking protections on millions of acres within ten U.S. national monuments…
Method Home, Lush, Dell, G-Star RAW and Norton Sunglasses are among the companies putting plastic ocean waste to use in their products & packaging.
We generate 50 million tons of e-waste around the world annually, much of which ends up improperly disposed of in landfills where toxins can leach out…
The Rozalia Project’s Cora Ball works in any washing machine by catching plastic microfibers so they can’t flow out with the drain water.
In his new book Tides, author & conservationist Jonathan White takes readers across the globe to discover the science and spirit of ocean tides…
Wave power could account for a quarter or more of U.S. electricity needs if we work to develop its potential around our coastlines, and could also provide other countries with a readily available renewable and free energy source.
A carbon tax is a win-win for people and the planet, as it helps reduce both climate change and ocean pollution by aligning polluters’ incentives with the environment goals of society.