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
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Single-use bags are easy to spoof since they're such a bad idea. The Bag Monster™ feature 500 bags; the average number of plastic bags an American uses yearly.
Apparently, not all Californians want this kind of view from their backyard. According to Clean Water Action, Surfrider, and Californians Against Waste, 72 bag ban ordinances that cover 100 jurisdictions in California are now officially in place. Why don’t humans want Bag Monsters lurking under their kitchen sinks and in their closets? Is it because we smell bad? Or possibly because we are
What is the status of the statewide ban on single-use plastic bags anyway? Yaarrg, let me give you an update. Los Angeles County Supervisor Gloria Molina has been putting forth extensive effort over the years to try and get the California State bag ban bill to pass. She believes the facts and often makes statements explaining the extensive damage single-use
Hey, humans. I just wanted to tell you all a little about my hometown, the Pacific Garbage Patch. As some of you may know, the Pacific Garbage Patch is a sovereign state. It is not governed by any nation. The citizens of PGP, also known as the Garpatchy people, are a unique blend of inhabitants. Some of us are from
Did you know there are just about 500 “dead zones” covering more than 152000 square miles around the world? Dead zones are areas where there is absolutely no life whatsoever… Bag Monster win! Over 220 million tons of plastic are produced each year. The Bag Monsters favorite island to visit is the Pacific Garbage Patch; a floating island made entirely