The plastic crisis is increasing and having a serious impact on oceans, soils, wildlife but also on our health. Plastic has invaded our lives because plastic is cheap, easy to make, lightweight, and doesn’t break easily. Yet, we are seeing positive changes. For example, many
I still remember the sandwiches that our mom used to wrap in aluminum while going on school trips or even worse plastic wrap. While it may protect your sandwich, it
The danger of e-waste and how you can do beterre to stop this unsuspected pollution from contaminating human’s health
From the mobile phones we use to the daily emails we receive, we are not always aware of the impact of e-waste on our Planet and even our health. But,
Sharks are probably the species that made you feel scared while watching the masterpiece movie Jaws. The shark is the species that fascinates but at the same time frightens us.
I remember every time I bought my food at the university, it always came with plastic cutlery. The thing is plastic cutlery is only used for a few minutes and
Even for trips less than 3kms, a lot of people prefer to take the car instead of riding their bike. Indeed, most people would love to bring their kids to school
Imagine the legacy we will leave our children if nothing is done to stop plastic pollution. Imagine that by 2050, there could be more plastics than fish, the soil would be