In these days of social distancing, everyday electronic devices such as cell phones and laptops are more crucial than ever.
These days we are all familiar with the concept of recycling, which for most of us involves the weekly ritual
If you’re anything like me, the holiday season is a time for relaxation, family, food, and of course football! If
Plastic debris in our water is a huge pollution problem, and just one source of that pollution is the tiny microbeads that have been widely used in personal care products. In this episode of the podcast, we interview Dr. Richard Thompson, a Professor of Marine Biology at Plymouth University and an expert on the effects of plastic debris in the marine environment. We discuss the recent federal ban on microbeads and what consumers can do to be more sustainable in our day-to-day use of plastics.
Every year, millions of tons of plastic are discarded into landfills, where they will take hundreds of years to break
I was surprised to learn recently that plastic bags can be turned into a new material called carbon nanotubes. Prior
Part 1 in the “How is That Sustainable?” Series “Paper or plastic?” This was the question you always used to