Lost fishing nets are a dangerous threat to fish, marine mammals, sea turtles and other types of marine life that become entangled in their webs. But Volcom's solution gives these discards from the fishing industry new life.
Canada plans to completely phase out traditional coal power by 2030 and will work with the country’s four remaining provinces that still burn the fossil fuel to reach the overall goal, Environment Minister Catherine McKenna said Monday.
Carnival Corp.’s Princess Cruise Lines agreed to pay a $40 million penalty and to plead guilty to seven criminal charges stemming from the cruise company’s polluting the seas and efforts to cover it up.
Canada this month took steps toward joining the United States in banning the sale of personal-hygiene products that contain tiny plastics known as microbeads in an effort to keep them away from fish and wildlife and address plastic pollution in general. The battle continues against larger plastics such as discarded milk, juice, and soda containers, though. Microbeads are typically abrasives found in some facial scrubs, shower gels, toothpastes, shampoos, and soaps. They also can be fragments of plastic bags, or bits of plastic fiber in clothes. At 5 millimeters or less, microbeads are often so small they cannot be filtered out by sewage-treatment plants. Many of them are a fraction of 1 millimeter — small enough that dozens could occupy a human fingertip or cover a penny. A tube of
The mayors of 37 small and large American cities -- in states both red and blue -- asked the president-elect to work with them to "clean our air, strengthen our economy, and ensure that our children inherit a nation healthier and better prepared for the future than it is today.”
With private and municipal composting programs becoming more mainstream, as well as more companies turning to more sustainable packaging designs, composting is now easier than ever. As such, the Sustainable Packing Coalition has launched its How2Compost label program, an extension of its How2Recycle program. How2Compost was developed in conjunction with the Biodegradable Products Institute, the leading compostable packaging certification program.
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