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Plastic pollution is piling up on beaches worldwide. From now on, should we focus on cleanup, or prevention — or both?
Thursday is Tap Water Day in L.A., one of America's most public drinking water-rich cities in terms of infrastructure. Drink up!
Did you know organics tend to have even more extraneous packaging than regular produce? Here's a petition to ban all that plastic—signatures needed before April 14!
The candy bar maker just recalled their products in 55 countries because they were found to contain bits of red plastic. Delicious.
San Francisco, already a national leader in recycling, has taken the epic step, and it's pissing off the beverage bottling industry.
This is what one network of environmental and community groups and individuals was able to accomplish in just one year for the state's environment and waterways.
Two gigantic global problems demanding global solutions, but only one had an international summit—the COP21 talks in Paris, which wrap up after today.
Canada, Australia and several European countries are already considering a ban on polyethylene microspheres. The U.S. House weighs one for us.
Proponents say the congressman’s bill would keep thousands of tons of plastic pollution out of our water, land, and landfills each year.
Airlines are trying to adopt in-flight and on-the-ground recycling operations, even as their business grows exponentially.
AB 888 may be a comprehensive solution to the growing problem of microbead pollution, though it does not phase them out until 2020.
Plastic Pollution Coalition sent Pope Francis a letter welcoming him to the United States and thanking him for his allegiance and his push for action on climate change.
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