BPA-free may not have solved the problem of plastics leaching harmful chemicals into your water and food.
Plastic on beaches of these islands and the ocean around them are sentinels of our planet’s health.
Much trash from our landfills end up on the loose, becoming part of the plastic pollution problem and eventually making its way into our waterways.
The #BeatPlasticPollution movement encourages you to give up single-use plastics and replace them with reusable and sustainable alternatives.
Hats off to Akaryn Group and its ambitious target to ban single use plastic from its hotels.
The world’s first plastic-free supermarket Aisle debuted in Amsterdam, with roughly 700 plastic-free products to choose from.
Shocking photographs taken by Caroline Power of an entire sea of plastic in the Caribbean, provide compelling visual evidence that this environmental destruction must stop.
A video that perfectly illustrates why we need to eliminate plastic straws and consider how our lifestyle habits impact the natural world.
New research reveals that humans are ingesting plastic fibers invisible to the human eye, with unknown consequences.
Big corporations have done a great job of making us believe that drinking bottled water is healthier, and have effectively capitalized on it.