Study finds microplastics are now part of our food-chain; Indian factory succeeds producing shoes from plastic bottles; Etihad Airways pioneers plastic-free flights.
In the Swedish city of Eskilstuna, people are committed to sort their household waste into seven different-coloured bags. A video by Dougal Shaw, published on BBC on April 12, 2019.
By using modern technology, I feel we are hurting this vibrating, juicy earth with the dead garbage of plastic, radioactivity, bad air and so on.
Please would you comment.
Plastic waste is a serious problem not only in India but all over the globe. We encourage word to be spread far and wide about these two new inventions. Published by BBC on September 27, 2018.
In this supermarket in the Netherlands, consumers don’t have to pay an additional price for getting their food in environment friendly packaging. Shown on BBC on March 3, 2018.
Micro-plastics threaten our oceans’ ecosystem as juvenile fish are becoming addicted to micro-beads. By author ‘number 23’ at AnonHQ.com, published on Natural Blaze on July 2, 2016
Science is still working continuously to find a way to prolong life – to make it longer and longer and longer, and then ultimately to make life immortal.
Tao alerted us to this video that shows the machine invented by Akinori Ito that turns plastic waste into oil.
Trailer for Chris Jordan’s powerful film about the horrendous implications our tossed aside plastic garbage has for all of us, and a cruel death for the albatrosses in the North Pacific.
A recent article by Nicholas D. Kristof in the New York Times finally addresses the fact that common chemicals in our environment “may be even more harmful than previously thought. It seems that they may damage us in ways that are transmitted generation after generation, imperiling not only us but also our descendants.
Dutch creationist and millionaire building contractor Johan Huibers built a reproduction of Noah’s ark after he dreamt that Holland would be flooded once again.