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Every single piece of plastic that has ever been produced still exists today.

Scientists have come up with a new way to measure ocean trash—and the numbers are even worse than thought.

Plastic bottles lying in the gutter. Grocery bags tangled in branches. Food wrappers scuttling across the ground on...

Since the 1950s 8.3 billion tons of plastic has been generated around the world and only 23 per cent of those...

 

     

The New Plastics Economy is an ambitious, three-year initiative to build momentum towards a plastics system that...

Plastic is found in virtually everything these days. Your food and hygiene products are packaged in it. Your car,...

So much of the plastic we use is completely unnecessary; give up these items and you won't even miss them.

If we want to free our ocean from plastics, we have to do more than just cleaning up beaches or removing plastic...

 

    

Up to 12.7 million tonnes of plastic ends up in the ocean every year - killing...

The OneLessStraw pledge campaign strives to educate the public about the dangers of single use plastic straws, its...

The Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup became a national conservation initiative in 2002 and cleanups started...