England has put a 5p charge on plastic bags last year and it’s already having a huge impact on the environment. The use of disposable bags has decreased 85% since the same time last year! Last year 7 billion bags had been handed out compared to just 500 million so far this year. The Marine […]
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Saltwater Brewery is a beer company that makes the oceans better while selling beer. Most breweries sell their beers in six packs attached by plastic rings and those rings often end up in the ocean chocking sea life and otherwise causing harm to the ecosystem. What Saltwater has done is create a new six pack […]
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What comes to mind when you think of oceans? Fish, of course. But what about plastic? Most people know we are dumping a lot of plastic into the world’s oceans, but many would be surprised at just how much. According to a report published by the World… . . . → Read More: Bill Longstaff: Oceans of plastic
The world’s oceans are polluted with massive amounts of waste plastics, so much so that we’ve had to name a grouping of plastic waste because it’s so large. There are many ways to reduce our use of plastics and our production of waste (hint: don’t buy so many things); we still need to deal with […]
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SHOULD THE FINANCIAL BURDEN of removing all plastic debris from the Great Lakes fall on the shoulders of the 36 million people within the basin, researchers now have an estimate of the cleanup costs: $486-million (US).
Findings from the Ecohydrology Research Group at the University of Waterloo published this month in the Journal . . . → Read More: reeves report: Cost of Great Lakes Plastic Clean-Up Could Top $486 Million
This short news report covers some cool new plastic production from bacteria and algae done by the Korea Institute of Science and Technology.
Comedy troupe Uncle Mom want you to cut the plastic that holds six packs. There are many reasons why it’s important to cut six pack rings, but for the real reason watch the video.
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The St. John’s chapter of the International Plastic Modellers Society (IPMS) will hold an open plastic model exhibition and competition from 10L00 Am to 4:00 PM, Sunday, October 20, 2013, at the second floor of the former provincial art gallery space at the St. John’s Arts and Culture Center.
The exhibition by local modellers is . . . → Read More: The Sir Robert Bond Papers: 2013 Model Show and Exhibition
Some say the world is too fake, where in reality it isn’t fake enough.
Because silicone breasts, money and lies aren’t real, we know more about what actually is real. The fact is the more we embrace materialism, the more we recognize how artificial and temporary it is, we recognize how real and permanent . . . → Read More: The Scott Ross: All Breasts Are Fake To What A Woman Is