It’s in the ocean, it’s in our lakes, it’s in raindrops. It’s probably in the air. Of course, we’re talking about microplastic, tiny particles of
Unless it’s labeled otherwise, glitter is litter. Glitter is shiny, admittedly pretty, microplastic and it is polluting our oceans and poisoning animals. According to Dr.
A 2018 study published in Environmental Science & Technology sampled 39 different salt brands sourced from 21 countries, and discovered microplastic (MP) contamination in all
According to a 2019 study for the World Wildlife Federation, around the globe, humans ingest approximately 5 grams of plastic every week (the equivalent of
In a 2019 USGS study, a myriad of colorful microplastic particles were discovered in raindrops collected in Boulder, Colorado. The report states, “More plastic fibers
image courtesy of WWF, 2019 The 2019 World Wildlife Federation study “No Plastic in Nature: Assessing plastic ingestion from nature to people” has uncovered some