In the first study of its kind, researchers at Macquarie University studied how the chemicals leached during plastic pollution affect photosynthetic marine bacteria.Read more
It’s not fun when you’re on the green, and the golf ball you hit takes a dive, literally into the sea.
Before you take another golf ball from your golf bag, spare a thought of the environment—try to imagine the scene below the waves.Read more
The hotel obviously prides itself in providing a personal service for guests, ie a complimentary bottle of Prosecco for a landmark birthday. However it missed the mark on New Year's Eve.,
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Ingesting balloons can cause a slow death to wild birds and mammals as well as farm animals, horses and marine life. Adam Grogan, RSPCA
Human-made microplastics are found in all the oceans. The most abundant type are fibers, which are shed from materials like carpets and fleece clothing, while their small size means that marine animals as small as zooplankton can consume them.Read more
Recent research has found microplastics in nearly three-quarters of the mesopelagic fish caught in the northwest Atlantic.Read more