Microfibres Pollution – Greenpeace International

The expansion of fast fashion wouldn’t be possible without polyester. Relatively cheap and easily available, polyester is now used in about 60% of our clothes. Polyester is plastic. But, if we take into account the fossil fuels used in its production, CO2 emissions for polyester clothing are nearly three times higher than for cotton!

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What are Microplastic and Microbeads?

Microplastic are small plastic pieces less than five millimetres long which are harmful to life in the oceans and to our health. Microplastic come from a variety of sources, including from larger plastic debris that degrades into smaller and smaller pieces.

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Ocean Acidification Explained

Italian marine biologist, graphic designer, and communicator, Tullio Rossi, explains the science of ocean acidification, its effect on baby fish, and …

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Voting at 16 – ‘Hekk Jonqos!’

On the 1 March 2018 a law is to be passed through parliament in Malta giving 16 year olds the right to vote at national elections. This is expected to …

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The Malevolent Agenda

The proposed Domestic Violence Bill sounds nice and the government propaganda machine presented it in the most glowing of terms. Obviously, tighter …

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Stop Taiji, Japan Dolphins Slaughter

Today we know that dolphins have intelligence and emotions, language and dialects, social order and family bonds that are similar to our own. Since …

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Story of an Apple Tree

It all started in a garden, designed on a dynamic ecological balance between living species and their physical environment. Ancient documents call it …

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The Fading Roar of Tigers

Tiger Population Down from 100,000 to Under 4000 in the Last 100 Years.
For more than a million years I have roamed the Earth. Adapting. Evolving. Surviving. I stalk wild lands you may never see. Taking only what I need And giving back far more than you know. I breath life into the …..

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