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pollution

Keeping the Holidays Simple

During the holidays, 20% more waste is created at Christmas than at any other time during the year. Landfills receive more than one billion Christmas cards, 8,000 tonnes of wrapping paper (that's over 50,000 trees) and over 38,000 miles of ribbon. That's enough to tie a bow around the Earth. There's a better way to celebrate the holidays.

Thanks But Not On My Plate

How can any government say this is safe to eat? Two years after the BP spill the affected area is producing some seriously nasty stuff. Shrimp without eyes, some without sockets. Shrimp with abnormal growths and female shrimp with their babies still attached to them and gills so full of black stuff the fish can't maneuver in the water.

The Global Ocean Crisis

According to a recent report released by the International Programme on the State of the Ocean (IPSO) our global ocean is on the brink of catastrophe. If you're reading this and thinking that's really too bad but it doesn't affect me just stop a moment and take a breath. That breath just came from the sea.

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