Kelly Slater posted this on Instagram, and it's very, very cool.
Microbeads are among the most familiar sources of tiny plastic pollution, but this means there are other less obvious sources of microplastics in everyday use.
Fish farms come with GHG emissions, Eutrophication, and very high energy use to produce the food, not to mention the incredible amount of waste they create.
We cannot simply rely on the actions of concerned individuals. What’s needed goes beyond reusing plastic water bottles, stopping using plastic drinking straws and taking reusable bags to the supermarket.
"Whales will protect other species at the risk of their own life, but no one’s ever seen do this to protect a human."
An atmospheric scientist who studies the Arctic explains why – because of global warming – the U.S. may be in for longer cold spells in the winter.
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