Saturday, 14 October 2017


Because of its extreme usefulness, plastic has been ever-present in our daily lives - in everything from disposable utensils to our clothes - but our dependence may cause catastrophic failure in marine ecosystems. Scientists have investigated where those plastics go once we throw them away, and they've made a startling discovery: a lot of that plastic ends up in our waterways, where it seems to be degrading marine ecosystems. Learn more about the dangers of nanoplastic pollution from this infographic by Futurism.

[Post Source: Futurism.]

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