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  1. Green Goods
    Second only to the threat of global warming, the impact of plastics on the environment has become forefront on many people's minds lately. I think we've all seen the horrifying videos: A whale washed up on the beach with a belly full of plastic, a sea turtle with a plastic straw embedded in its...
  2. Green Goods
    One million plastic bottles are produced every minute, and only a fraction of them are recycled. A mutant bacterium that eats plastic may advance recycling efforts. Researchers from the University of Portsmouth in Britain and the U.S. Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory...
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    This month Murcia authorities in Spain have launched a campaign to raise awareness about plastic waste dumping. This comes after a sperm whale, currently on the endangered species list, washed up to shore with 64 pounds of plastic in his stomach. Forbes reported that an autopsy revealed that...
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