Plastic pollution in our oceans has never been so critical, and our consumption of plastic made products has never been so high. From our clothes to our cars and the single-use plastic bottles, read more about the danger of plastic pollution here.
Marine heat waves have increased by 54% between 1925 and 2016, leading to an increase in coral reefs bleaching and marine animals dying. Read the full story.
It was the decision of Buckingham Palace to ban plastic straws in February that inspired campaigners in Malibu to push for action.
Are your nylon clothes made with plastic? The world of recycling is taking a new turn with the production of nylon yarn from plastic waste. Read the story.
Don’t let January beat you up! Discover how you can beat that January blues with simple but efficient everyday tips. Read the full story.
Do you know what’s really in the water you drink? With microplastics and chemicals in tap and bottled-water, your drink may not be as safe as you think. Read the story.
Drinking water is good for you, sure. But do you know why? From weight maintenance to fluid balance and muscle stimulation, discover the positive effects water has on your body.
How can you make public water fountains better than what they already are? You add sparkling water, of course. Or at least, it’s what they are doing in Paris. Read the story.
Every creature living underwater is affected by plastic pollution in our oceans and corals are no different. It turns out that corals have a taste for dangerous plastic. Read the story.