"Soup" is a term to describe the layer of plastic garbage suspended in the ocean. Yummy.
Mandy Barker's photo series uses real debris collected fr...
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It's corporate bullying by the plastic industry to make cities and counties think twice before passing environmental laws that cut into their profits, laws that are supported by the majority of residents who prefer to live in clean communities.
The biggest challenge we face in saving our ocean is that so many of the threats are beneath the ocean's surface, literally out of sight and out of mind.
LEAVENWORTH, Kan. -- A Kansas woman ticketed for tossing her empty tea bottles in the same yard nearly every day for two years insists there was no ma...
"Home" is a loaded word. For many people it evokes memories of warmth, nostalgia, safety, and security. For others, the home in which they grew up may...
Citizens who take the time to keep their neighborhoods clean should not have to jump through hoops. The operator should just send the information where it belongs.
The ten most interesting reactions I get in response to my little hobby of picking up litter while walking my dog every morning.
If everyone took a trash bag and a plastic glove with them to the beach, we could help the ocean for 15 minutes before frolicking in the surf and sand the rest of the day.
BEIJING — Intense flooding has swept thick layers of garbage down the Yangtze River that are threatening to block the gates of the Three Gorges ...
On July 10, the Optimum Institute of Economic Empowerment is taking a stand against filthy streets by organizing a community trash cleanup day on Fulton Street in New York.
Environmental responsibility is gaining traction as a positive character trait and something we consider when it comes to making decisions about the kind of people we want to spend time with.
Scientists have discovered an area of the North Atlantic Ocean where plastic debris accumulates.
The region is said to compare with the well-document...
Some of the worst offenders were the middle-aged men who smoked mountains of Capri cigarettes; if I had $5 for every one I eventually picked up, I would now be living in a villa inCapri.
Within a week I was hooked on collecting trash. I'd found an addiction with a very gentle high but no hangover.
The strategy of deterrence that drives both border enforcement and crackdowns on humanitarians is fundamentally flawed.
The ideas in the book, Every Monday Matters, are simple -- small acts that collectively add up to an enormous impact for the greater good.
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