For the first time since its launch in October 2018, The Ellen MacArthur Foundation released a progress report that details the advancements made by the signatories on their respective targets, what are its key takeaways?
90% of the roughly 300 million tons new plastic produced annually is not recycled, it becomes clear that while making a difference, plastic recycling is only a part of any viable solution to the global plastic pollution crisis. What are the reasons preventing us from recycling more?
A huge portion of single-use plastic in our collective footprint comes from plastic plates which is threatening our environment. But we have a solution that can help solve this problem.
Governments and private companies alike have been trying to find ocean pollution solutions since years in order to tackle this problem. But, we have a new approach!
With the impact of plastic pollution becoming clearer by the day, it is important to understand what microplastics are and the effect of microplastics on human health.
Reduce. Reuse. Recycle. We see the logo, we hear the tagline everywhere. However, we struggle with recycling for a plethora of reasons.
Learn more about how the economics of waste plays a vital role in India’s ecosystem and how it has turned our garbage probelm into such a mess.
Since more than half the plastic we consume is discarded after one use, they cause severe degradation to our planet. But which of these plastics are the major contributors to plastic pollution?
There are many factors that contribute to air pollution: the burning of fossil fuels, the release of chemical pesticides, and now plastic pollution. But how does plastic cause air pollution?