An estimated millions of tons of plastic debris float in the world’s oceans, creating urban islands of waste reminiscent of landfills. However, in a recent study published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, samples were collected at 141 ocean sites, and a new estimate was obtained: 7,000 to 35,000 tons. Although this is a smaller -and by association
Los Angeles' January bag ban now extends to more than 7,000 small grocers, markets, convenience stores, and drugstores. Read more to see how the elimination of plastic bags will positively affect our planet.
This morning CA SB207 was discussed and put on suspense.
As SB270, the proposed California law that would effectively change the question at check out from "Paper or Plastic" to "Do you need a Bag" has the Bag Monsters and their Powerful Industry Lobby desperately trying to convince humanity that single-use plastic is good for the environment! Read more to see how showed up
Deepest sympathies to those who have lost loved ones due to the missing Malaysia Airlines flight MH370. It is a scary notion that something so large, holding such precious cargo, could disappear to the point that we have to conduct multiple extensive searches. In another light, this disruptive and tragic event has indirectly brought awareness to the
Los Angeles’ January bag ban now extends to more than 7,000 small grocers, markets, convenience stores, and drugstores. Read more to see how the elimination of plastic bags will positively affect our planet.
As you know, the single use disposable plastic bag has a major design flaw. It becomes windblown litter despite proper disposal. They fly out of trash cans, garbage trucks and landfills and litter our landscape at great cost to tax payers and our economy. The makers of these bags, instead of addressing the design flaw in their product, have instead