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How Plastic Destroys Our Seas

Dec 1, 2016
How Plastic Destroys Our Seas

Dear friends, For centuries, humanity has – knowingly or unknowingly – been doing things that damage the environment. For example, with the age of industrialization, toxic waste has been discarded into the oceans putting millions of marine lives at risk. This article highlights one of the most severe environmental issues we are facing today,...

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There May Soon Be More Plastic in the Oceans Than Fish

Feb 1, 2016
There May Soon Be More Plastic in the Oceans Than Fish

Environmental pollution is a worrying issue, and we have seen a continued worsening in the situation from the time this issue was first brought to public attention. Just recently I read this article that predicts that in less than 40 years, there will be more plastic bags in the ocean than there are fish!...

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