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L’inquinamento del plancton influenza negativamente l’ecosistema marino

Plastics in Ocean Fig An "unnatural" raft composed mostly of floating plastics.

more like the Horiffic Pacific Garbage Patch which is a gyre of human-based marine pollution now floating in the central North Pacific Ocean located roughly between 135°W to 155°W and 35°N and 42°N. The majority of pollution on the patch is plastic, which scientists now know can be 100% recycled …

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch, also described as the Pacific Trash Vortex, is a gyre of marine litter in the central North Pacific Ocean. The patch extends over an indeterminate area.

The melted ice contains the complex organic compounds (Credit: Hofmann/Biogeosciences

Mysterious "hair ice" is formed by fungus

Great Pacific Garbage Patch

The Great Pacific Garbage Patch in a nutshell.

Operation SeaNet, map of the world showing the 6 main ocean gyres

negative: climate change

negative: climate change

businesses closed

businesses closed

Demo in Liubliana in 2010

Waste incineration in cement kilns has been put on the spot once more as one of the biggest obstacles to zero waste solutions and a major source of pollution with severe impacts on the environment and public health, this time at the European Ga [.

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Check out the vast collections of recycling people pictures from AP Images.

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positive: climate resiliency

positive: climate resiliency

Waitress Jessica Helt dumps recycling in the bins outside the Buff Restaurant on Wednesday November 25, 2014. For more photos go to www.dailycamera.com Photo by Paul Aiken / The Boulder Daily Camera

Jackie Meyer's passion for recycling means The Buff Restaurant diverts more than 95 percent of its waste from the landfill.

Household Waste Recycling

Ham Recycling is a service provider for electronics, Recycling Ewaste, and other IT Solutions.

Waitress Jen Horton dumps recycling in the bins outside the Buff Restaurant on Wednesday November 25, 2014. For more photos go to www.dailycamera.com Photo by Paul Aiken / The Boulder Daily Camera

Jackie Meyer's passion for recycling means The Buff Restaurant diverts more than 95 percent of its waste from the landfill.

19 year old creates a design to clean our oceans of plastic.

Teenager’s Clean Machine Could Remove 7 Million Tons Of Plastic From Ocean

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